Voice of America's Radio Station to Cuba

Feltman, Jeffrey
1984

Volume 8, Issue 1. Winter In the fall of 1983, Congress passed legislation establishing a new U.S.-funded radio station aimed at broadcasting the �truth� about the Castro regime to the Cuban people. Feltman argues that Congress may have made a costly mistake. A Congressional compromise resulted in the creation of a specialized service aimed solely at Cuba, based on the ... read more

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