Cuban Lobby

NPR's Phillip Davis reports from Miami on deep divisions within America's largest Cuban exile group over how to deal with the Castro regime. Leaders of the Cuban American National Foundation say the group needs to be more flexible toward Castro's Cuba, but nearly two dozen members of the board resigned last week because they oppose any changes in the Foundation's hard-line stance against Castro.



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