Races: Cleaver in Cuba

He went through the garage of an unpretentious apartment building near the heart of Havana, went up six flights in a tiny elevator, and knocked on a heavy door. He was scrutinized through a two-way mirror, then admitted into the presence of Eldridge Cleaver—Black Panther leader, author and, for the past six months, one of America's most mysterious fugitives.

"How did you find my apartment?" asked Cleaver, visibly startled. "Who told you I lived here?" The answers remained the secret of James Pringle, 31, Havana correspondent for Reuters. Pringle had apparently acted on a tip from someone close to or...

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