Dateline Havana: The Real Story of U.S. Policy and the Future of Cuba

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PoliPoint Press, 2009 - History - 234 pages
Covering popular culture, the economy, and Cuban politics, veteran reporter Reese Erlich combines original photography with on-the-ground reporting from Havana and Miami. He explores Cuba's strained history with the US, the power of the Cuba Lobby and offers a fresh look at the island nation nearly 50 years after their historic Revolution to create a tableau that is at once moving and informative. This will be the stand-out book about Cuba during the media coverage of the anniversary. It will lay out the options and challenges facing the next American president. He concludes with prospects for policy change following the death of Fidel Castro.

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About the author (2009)

Reese Erlich's publications include Dateline Havana, The Iran Agenda, and Target Iraq, which he co-authored with Norman Solomon (introduction by Howard Zinn and afterword by Sean Penn). He reports regularly for National Public Radio, Latino USA, Radio Deutche Welle, Australian Broadcasting Corporation, and Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. He also writes for the San Francisco Chronicle and the Dallas Morning News. In 2001, he produced a one-hour radio documentary, "The Struggle for Iran," which was hosted by Walter Cronkite.

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