Cuba: Castro's Warhawk

Fidel Castro is uncharacteristically silent these days. So is little brother Raul. But it is hard to keep them all quiet in Cuba's talky regime. To a correspondent from the London Daily Worker, Minister of Industries Ernesto ("Che") Guevara, who was Castro's one-man braintrust back in the hills, last week gave an interview defiantly proclaiming Cuba's firm intention to go right on trying to export its revolution throughout Latin America. What is more, said Che, "if the rockets had remained, we would have used them all and directed them against the very heart of...

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