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Spanish Anniversary

When on April 1, 1939 the beleagured remnants of the Spanish Republican Army gave up their arms, the Iberian peninsula

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Boston Students Prepare Cuban Trip

More than 20 students from the Boston area have applied to travel to Cuba next summer as guests of the

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Cuban Refugee, Journalist Debate Revolution at Law School Forum

Cuba stands as the greatest crisis of empire in the history of the United States, an American journalist told the

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Dallas, Texas: Silhouette of A City

Dallas residents proudly call theirs "a man-made town." Few cities can match Dallas for the amount of self-conscious effort that

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U.S. Ambassador to Honduras Says Democratic Government Will Return

Democratic government will return to Honduras in the very near future, the American ambassador to the Central American nation predicted

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Cuban Travel

William Worthy, a Negro reporter for the Baltimore Afro-American, returned to the United States from Cuba on October 10, 1961.

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Martin Upholds Ban on Cuban Travel

The State Department prohibits American students from traveling to Cuba because it is in the best interests of the Hemisphere,

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Aristocratic Acrobatics

It took Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchias four years to get his Marriage of Figaro past the censors; but when

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Milton S. Eisenhower: A Yankee Ambassador

For eight years Milton Eisenhower traveled through Latin America as personal representative and Special Ambassador for his brother, the President

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Land of Fog