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Published 1964 by Penguin Books, Great Britain
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Tom Schulte
An enlightening if dry political history of the decay of Cuban-American relations plotting the episodes during which Cold War American foreign policy seemed dysfunctional to the point of being unable to formulate any approach to a new Cuba that could do anyuthing but deepen the rift between the two peoples and push Cuba into the Soviet sphere.
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Robert Scheer is an American journalist who writes a column for Truthdig which is nationally syndicated in publications such as the San Francisco Chronicle and The Nation. He teaches communications as a professor at the University of Southern California and is Editor in Chief for the online magazine Truthdig.

Scheer was born to immigrant parents. His mother, a Russian Jew, and his father, a German,
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