Saturday, June 9, 2012

An American in Cuba

William Alexander Morgan being applauded by Fidel Castro, in Havana in 1959. Morgan said that he had joined the Cuban Revolution because “the most important thing for free men to do is to protect the freedom of others.”

Here is a well-written, heartbreaking story from The New Yorker about an American who was deeply involved in the Cuban Revolution. It shows a unique angle of the Cuban Revolution:

The Yankee Comandante

A story of love, revolution, and betrayal.