After 59 Years As President of Cuba, Fidel Castro Steps Down

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In the Communist Party press today, Castro announced the end of an era although it’s uncertain what will happen next. We’ll talk to a reporter about the response he got when he spread the word on the streets of Havana. In Miami, the Cuban-American community is not what it was before, and we’ll get the reaction of a new generation. President Bush says the US will help Cubans establish democracy—but not without conditions. All that and a history including the Bay of Pigs, Soviet missiles and economic blockade.

Note: Today's WWLA is a re-edit of today's To The Point .



Warren Olney