Cuba: Why The Big Thaw Is Happening NowPaul Magnusson
For 38 years, hardcore anti-communists in Congress, Castro-haters in the Cuban-American community, and conservative voters in general have made ending Cuba sanctions unthinkable. No matter how fiercely business groups fought to change Cuba policy, the 1962 embargo has remained rock-solid.
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