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Human Rights and U.S.-Cuban Relations in the Reagan Era

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Vol. 15, No. 2 (1988)

This issue includes contributions by Wayne Smith (former head of the U.S. Interests Section in Cuba), the National Council on U.S. Cuban Relations (headed by Robert White, former U.S. ambassador to El Salvador), the Institute for Policy Studies, and Policy Alternatives for the Caribbean and Central America (PACCA). Also included are research reports by Tony Platt, Ed McCaughan, and other members of Global Options' Cuba Project. Topics include U.S.-Cuban relations and the Cold War; human rights; Cuban prisons; U.S. media coverage; prospects for rapprochement; and alternative U.S. policy toward Cuba.

ISSN: 1043-1578. Published quarterly by Social Justice, P.O. Box 40601, San Francisco, CA 94140. SocialJust@aol.com.

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Anthony M. Platt and Ed McCaughan (eds.)

Overview and Introduction to 'Human Rights and U.S.-Cuban Relations in the Reagan Era'

Ed McCaughan and Anthony M. Platt

The United States, Cuba, and the New Cold War

Anthony M. Platt

A Guide to Anti-Cuba Opinion Makers

June Kress and Janis Lewin

Cuba and the Politics of Human Rights

Anthony M. Platt

Cuban Prisons: A Preliminary Report

Institute for Policy Studies

Profile of U.S. Press Coverage of Cuba

Flora Biancalana and Cecilia O'Leary

Tropical Gulag: Media Images of Cuba

Ed McCaughan and Anthony M. Platt

Reasons for Rapprochement

Arlene Alligood, National Council on U.S.-Cuban Relations

An Alternative U.S. Policy Toward Cuba

Colin Danby, PACCA

Suspicions Confirmed

Wayne Smith

Making News

Drew Humphries