Cuba: The Underground

With the air of a man who has won a great victory—or would like people to think he has—Fidel Castro turned his guns from the sea and ended the mythical "Yankee invasion" scare. Calling for "a quest of peace" with the new Kennedy Administration, he turned his attention inland last week, and for good reason. There is a very real foe to fight at home. It is the underground rebellion, operating in Cuba's hills and cities, infiltrating the army and government agencies, doing more damage to the new dictatorship in six months than Castro had managed against the old...

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