October 1, 2010

Cuba a Corporate Utopia?

Institute for Policy Studies, Institute for Policy Studies

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On the list of America’s most-hated leaders, Fidel Castro gets the award for longevity.  Outlasting ten U.S. presidents, from Eisenhower through George W. Bush, Castro has managed to maintain his high ranking for over five decades. Though the 84-year-old ex-president of Cuba is unlikely to drop off the list during his lifetime, the persistent image of Cuba as communist dystopia may be on the verge of changing--that is, if the dreams of American big business come true.

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