Cuba: Pulling the Tail

With little support either inside or outside Cuba, the 275,000 Cuban exiles in the U.S. and around the Caribbean have long since ceased to pose a serious military threat to Fidel Castro. But they do manage to tweak the dictator's beard from time to time. The most successful of them seems to be Manuel Artime, 31, a leader of the abortive Bay of Pigs invasion who heads an exile group calling itself the Revolutionary Recovery Movement. Last May, Artime's men blew up a sugar mill at Cabo Cruz on the south coast of...

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