The Press: Our Man in Miami

The once-free Cuban press, like all institutions under Castro, is now only an unprotesting spoke in the grinding wheel of the regime. So far, seven newspapers have been shut down or expropriated; the rest are under government yoke. For uncensored news a growing number of Cubans this week were listening to an underground voice from the distance: a Cuban press-in-exile composed of three formerly leading Havana dailies, now written in Miami by refugee newsmen and smuggled back into Cuba through ingenious clandestine channels.

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