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 Taylor Report 
 What has the embargo meant for Cuban society?
 Keith Bolender
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Keith Bolender, the author of "Cuba Under Siege," discusses the trial of the Cuban Five. The U.S. government paid Miami-based journalists to write demeaning and degrading information about Cuba. These stories were planted before the trial of the Cuban Five.

Bolender's book "Cuba Under Siege: American Policy, the Revolution and Its People," investigates the effects of the decades-long blockade and war of propaganda against Cuba. How does a revolutionary state protect itself and its citizens under this unrelenting hostility?

 Interview with Keith Bolender Download Program Podcast
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00:48:32 English 2013-06-10
 Toronto, Ontario
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