A 50-year-old Embargo Still Influences How Americans Think About Cuba And Themselves

An island nation less than 100 miles from the American mainland wouldn’t seem to be much of a threat to U.S. national security, but that assumption changed when the Soviet Union began building missile bases in Cuba.  Read Robert Joiner’s retrospective at the St. Louis Beacon.

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