CUBA: Clarified & Defined

"Thank you, Señor Mikoyan," said the Havana newspaper, Diario de la Marina. "Your visit has clarified many things and defined the camps: on one side the Communists and their knowing and unknowing accomplices; on the other side Cubans who want to continue being free men in a free world." Leaving Cuba after ten days, Russia's Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan had scored high, winning a trade treaty and a promise of resumed diplomatic relations. But there were many signs that the common Cuban found the new warmth between Havana and Moscow distasteful and...

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