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A Tale of Two Cubas

by Dan Miller. This past May I had the pleasure of leading a group of 14 Calvin alumni plus my wife on a ten day tour of Cuba as part of the Calvin Academy for Lifelong Learning program. It was … Continue reading

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Reflections on the life and legacy of Fidel Castro (Part 2)

by Dan Miller. (Read Part 1 here.) Fidel’s astonishing luck continued over the next two years. Resistance to Batista boiled over in the urban centers and was bloodily repressed. Thousands of mostly young revolutionaries gave their lives to the cause … Continue reading

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Reflections on the life and legacy of Fidel Castro (Part I)

by Dan Miller. The announcement of Fidel Castro’s death on Friday, November 25, was a bit of an anticlimax. Had it occurred twenty years ago or even ten, it would have been much bigger news. But Fidel relinquished his duties … Continue reading

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