AMERICAN SCENE: La Saguesera: Miami's Little Havana

I know how men in exile feed on dreams of hope. —Aeschylus, Agamemnon

Among the 650,000 Cubans who have immigrated to the U.S. since Fidel Castro came to power in Havana 15 years ago, the dream for many years was of a post-Castro return to the island homeland. The Cuban exiles still bristle at any sign of a coming rapprochement between the two countries, and were angry about last week's visit to Cuba by U.S. Senators Jacob Javits and Claiborne Pell (see THE WORLD). Miami Extra, a Florida-based Cuban newspaper, scorned...

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