December 12, 2012

Time to End the Cuban Embargo

Doug Bandow, The National Interest

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The U.S. government has waged economic war against the Castro regime for half a century. The policy may have been worth a try during the Cold War, but the embargo has failed to liberate the Cuban people. It is time to end sanctions against Havana.

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