Smoking Restrictions, and a New Era, for Cuba

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Commentator Andrei Codrescu thinks the revolution must finally be over in Cuba with the start of restrictions on public smoking there. Leader Fidel Castro's measure reflects his concern about lung-cancer deaths, but the rules are not very widespread in a nation that produces cigars and has lots of cigarette smokers.



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