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FIDEL CASTRO 1926-2016 End of an Era

THE CUBAN REVOLUTIONARY WHO RODE TO POWER ON AN ARMY TANK CREATES DIVISION EVEN IN DEATH
Castro’s cigar and fatigues (in ’77) became symbols of his defiance of theU.S., where many celebrated on Nov. 26.

After Fidel Castro, Cuba’s el jefe máximo (boss-in-chief), died on Nov. 25 at age 90 following several years of declining health, the difference between whooping in the streets and weeping could be measured in miles. In

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