Castro's Cuba: New Force in Latin America
Far-Reaching Influence of Of Cuban Revolution
The threat of Red-tinged revolution in many parts of Latin America in the early future confronts the United States with an unprecedented challenge. It is that the country come to grips with conditions making for political instability in nations to the south and thus foster orderly, free government throughout the hemisphere. The basic situation has not been changed, and may have been aggravated, by the United States severance on Jan. 3 of diplomatic relations with Cuba; nor would the challenge be removed by a complete diplomatic quarantine of the Castro regime by all other American states,1 For, as President-elect John F. Kennedy warned last Oct. 21, this country's troubles with Castro's Cuba are ...