January 6, 2014

Cuba's Classic Cars Are Icons of Oppression

Mark Wallace, The Guardian

The Associated Press

The motor museum driving Cuba's roads each day might seem quaint to tourists, who can go back to their air-conditioned, reliable and safe modern cars when their holiday is over – in reality the sight is a symptom of the way in which dictatorship runs down the lives of those forced to labour beneath it.

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TAGGED: Cuba, Communism, Havana

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