A shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba could ultimately lead to vast improvements in the lives of everyday Cubans. Pictured: a Havana street scene from 2013.
A shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba could ultimately lead to vast improvements in the lives of everyday Cubans. Pictured: a Havana street scene from 2013. Steve Paul The Kansas City Star
A shift in U.S. policy toward Cuba could ultimately lead to vast improvements in the lives of everyday Cubans. Pictured: a Havana street scene from 2013. Steve Paul The Kansas City Star

President Obama’s new policy reversal must improve the lives of Cubans

December 19, 2014 11:20 AM

UPDATED December 19, 2014 05:39 PM

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