Dominican Republic: The Fighting Resumes

"Santo Domingo is a volcano that is going to envelop all Latin America in flames!" shrilled Rafael Tavera, 26, a leader of the Dominican Republic's Castroite 14th of June Movement. In the war-weary city's rebel zone last week, there was a celebration to observe the sixth anniversary of an abortive June 14, 1959, invasion from Castro's Cuba. And before a howling, rifle-waving crowd of 10,000, Tavera spewed hatred at the U.S. "There will not be peace until the last invader is destroyed and the last Yankee property is seized," he cried....

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