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Cuba Embargo Is Ploy to Topple Castro

July 03, 1994

The headline "Coalition Will Lobby Washington to End Embargo Against Cuba" (June 9) was eye-catching. The "sticking point," the story says, is Castro's rule.

Our concerted efforts are finally beginning to take effect. Unable to trade, Cuba is cash-poor.

If we work things right, we will return Cuba to its pre-Castro days: U.S.-owned sugar fields and other foreign-owned big business, maybe even casinos, the playground of the rich; side streets lined with brothels; Cubans to serve as "labor" and returning them to living in hovels and among the hungry, homeless and illiterate.

Then we will have succeeded. They will become like us.

TRINI MARQUEZ

Sky Forest

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