Cuba: Stop, & Stop Now!

The Organization of American States had rarely heard Secretary of State Dean Rusk speak in such urgent tones. "Today," he told the assembled foreign ministers in Washington, "it is Venezuela which is under attack. Is there any one of us who can say with assurance, 'It cannot be my country tomorrow'? So let us say to the Castro regime: 'Your interference in the affairs of other countries in this hemisphere must stop, and stop now!' "

Last week, the OAS issued precisely that warning. By a vote of 15 to 4 (Mexico, Chile,...

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