Cuba: Hard New Life

Arriving in Miami, a Cuban underground agent code-named "Lucas" called for more arms and bombs to step up sabotage against Fidel Castro's regime. Carlos Prio Socarrás, a onetime President of Cuba, talked of forming a government in exile. José Miró Cardona, head of the ill-starred Cuban Revolutionary Council, was still shuttling back and forth to Washington, conferring with Kennedy aides. But for all the anti-Castro shadowboxing, the ordinary Cuban exile is becoming resigned to the idea that Castro, may be around a while longer. By last week, most of the approximately 100,000...

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