Here are some other reference
materials that were useful in preparing for the production of this
documentary and others we found laqter that are just worth reading.
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Editor's note: This is the quintessential review of the US Embargo
against Cuba. If you only read one book on the subject, this is
the one to read!
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Editor's note: Wayne Smith is, in our opinion,
the foremost expert on US-Cuban Relations. You can find many of
his essays and articles on the Center
for International Policy Web site. You can also see him in the
from the North, Freedom
to Travel, and Peaceful
Transition to Democracy video clips on this Web site from the
Strait Talk documentary .
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Editor's note: We received a very passionate
note from a visitor to this site that suggested that this bibliography
could use a few more references to literature expressing the anti-castro
position. This is a book he recommends.
B. (2000, September 26). Wanted: A China strategy. Available:
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