A Gringo Loose in Cuba: Notes on the World’s Most Useless Embargo

This from a while back, but perhaps of interest: The American Conservative, December, 2007 On Havana’s malecón, the seawall that parallels the shore, the waves roll in and hit the sudden obstacle, sending towering explosions of bright white spray far into the air, occasionally soaking the unwary pedestrian. Across […]

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