A Portrait of Carlos Franqui
by Ken Weisbrode
The autodidact poet, journalist and propagandist Carlos Franqui was instrumental in making the Cuban revolution chic. He was also one of the first of the revolutionary generation to abandon it.
SOURCE: The New Yorker
My Brother’s Keeper
by Ada Ferrer
Historian Ada Ferrer offers her own family history of separation and reunification around the Cuban revolution.
The Cuban Revolution’s “Achievements“
by Humberto Fontova
What usually goes unsaid about Castro’s Cuba.
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