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Political Winds Shift Among Miami's Cuban Exiles

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Political Winds Shift Among Miami's Cuban Exiles

Political Winds Shift Among Miami's Cuban Exiles

Political Winds Shift Among Miami's Cuban Exiles

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Politics in Miami have long been affected by the issue of Cuba. Hardliners who wanted Fidel Castro ousted have held sway over Washington's approach to the communist island.

But the mood in Miami has been changing. Some of the most ardent exiles, people who tried to crush Castro through economic means, are changing their tune.