Antiquated political opposition to relations with Cuba predictable
In a more rational world, the U.S embargo of Cuba, modified last week by President Obama, would have ended generations ago.
Certainly, it was what the Cuban people hoped for in 1978. President Jimmy Carter, sensing the futility and ineffectiveness of U.S. policy, pried open the Kennedy-era boycott door ever so slightly. I slipped through as a reporter to cover a trade mission from Baltimore and other east coast cities.
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