CUBA: The End of Patience

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Arrested last week on charges of secretly sending arms to the anti-Castro rebels in the Sierra Escambray: Major William A. Morgan, 32, the Cuban Army's highest-ranking American. Adventurer Morgan, a onetime U.S. paratrooper who drifted into Cuba to avenge a friend killed by Batista cops, fought in the second front of Escambray, but clashed with "Che" Guevara and was eventually retired to a frog farm outside Havana. Back in favor briefly last year for enticing Dominican invaders into a trap, Morgan, though now a Cuban citizen, could never overcome his twin handicaps: being an American and an avowed antiCommunist.

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