Miami Reaction President Bush's hard-line approach to Cuba delighted the anti-Castro faction in Miami, but not all Cuban-Americans are happy with the administration's position. NPR's Phillip Davis reports on some Cuban-Americans who were hoping to see signs of a thaw in the relationship between the two countries.
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President Bush's hard-line approach to Cuba delighted the anti-Castro faction in Miami, but not all Cuban-Americans are happy with the administration's position. NPR's Phillip Davis reports on some Cuban-Americans who were hoping to see signs of a thaw in the relationship between the two countries.