Cuba: Voice of Castro

All day, every day, Fidel Castro's strident Radio Habana Cuba fills the hemisphere's airwaves with Communist propaganda in an effort to stir a rebellion here, provoke a riot there, create chaos everywhere. Last week one of his neighbors had had enough. In Washington, Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Bonilla Atiles of the Dominican Republic went before the Council of the Organization of American States to lodge an official protest that Radio Habana was "attempting to destroy−by inciting to riot and murder−our beginning democracy."

Calling itself "The Free Voice of America," Castro's radio...

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