CUBA: Return of the Firing Squad

The U.S. went before the United Na tions last week to set the record straight on Fidel Castro's "malicious innuendoes and distortions of history" in his 4½-hour harangue before the world body last month. In a 10,000-word paper, each of Castro's 19 major complaints was thoroughly answered. To Castro's charge that the capitalist U.S. "cannot propose a plan for public investment," the U.S. replied that it "contributes more to economic development of other countries than any other government in the world . . ." To his complaint that the U.S. shelters war...

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