Elian Gonzalez Case

GUESTS: PHILLIP DAVIS NPR Correspondent in Miami MAX CASTRO Sociologist and Cuban American Senior Research Associate at the North South Center, University of Miami, FL Weekly Columnist, Miami Herald As a federal court prepares to hear his appeal, the idea that Elian could be sent home angers many Cuban-Americans. Elian's father, Juan Gonzalez has a visa to come to the U.S. to collect his son. In Miami, tension is rising as Elian's relatives and other Cuban exiles legally scramble for a way to permanently keep Elian in this country.

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