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Cuba / The Castro Revolution #568233

NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 03, 1989
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Impact of Fidel Castro's dictatorship upon Cuba examined; details given, historic scenes shown. [Latin American specialist Robert WHITE - says Castro is impressive.] [Castro biographer Tad SZULC - comments on Castro's ongoing challenge to US.] John F. Kennedy's attack upon Bay of Pigs recalled. Castro's relations with Nicaragua and Angola discussed; Mariel boatlift recalled. [Cuban-American National Fndn. spokesperson Jorge CANOSA - despises Castro.] [Feb. 1988, CASTRO -denies smuggling drugs.] [Soviet historian Roy MEDVEDEV - comments on Castro.] [SZULC - says Castro runs risk of becoming insignificant due to improving US-USSR relations] Castro's problems and strengths noted.

Brokaw, Tom

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