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Cuba: In the Shadow of Doubt #904416

PBS Special for Tuesday, Sep 30, 1986

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History of Cuban Revolution from eighteenth century to present day. Narrated by Raul Julia.

Interviews with Fidel Castro, President of Cuba; Roberto Fernández Retamar, Cuban Writer and Historian; Kenneth N. Skoug, Jr., Director of Office of Cuban Affairs, U.S. State Dept.; Dr. Pedro Monteagudo, Psychiatrist, Cuban Exile; Edith Sündstrom, Oldest American Resident in Cuba; Mariceno Lesme, Soldier in Rebel Army; Dr. Wayne Smith, Chief of U.S. Interest Section, Havana, 1979-1982; Dr. Alfred Stepan, Dean of School of International Affairs, Columbia University; Vicente Echerri, Writer, Cuban Exile; Miguel Correa, Writer, Cuban Exile; Ricardo Alarcón, Deputy Foreign Minister of Cuba; Nancy Morejón, Cuban Poet; Dr. Bernabé Ordaz, Director of Havana Psychiatric Hospital; Alberto Carol, Cuban Painter.

Reporter(s):
Julia, Raul
Duration:
00:58:30

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