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His visit to Cuba in 1998 prompted a r elaxation of the go vernment’s harsh views of the Catholic Chur ch in Cuba. In late 1999, 6-y ear-old E lián G onzález became the latest face of political animosity betw een the U nited States and C uba. González sur vived for 2 days alone on a raft after his mother and other escapees had perished, only to become the object of an international tug-of-war . Castr o and most C ubans, in huge demonstrations, demanded the bo y’s return to be with his father in nor thern C uba.
H owever, C ubans ar e a cr eative lot and you will find paladares that hav e figured ways around many of these limitations. Paladares tend to open and close, mo ve, or change their name or menu with gr eat frequency. They also often r un out of menu items, or simply can’t find the raw materials to begin the day with. H owever, ther e are some dependable and long- standing 25 2 E AT I N G & D R I N K I N G I N C U B A SANTERIA & AFROCUBAN CULTURE and dev eloped within the context of the Spanish colony has had a profound impact on r eligion, music, and indeed, vir tually all of Cuban society.
A tense standoff ensued when P resident Kennedy ordered a nav al blockade on the island and demanded that the existing missiles be dismantled. S. demands to turn back his ships. S. pr omise never to invade Cuba. Another 200,000 people abandoned Cuba as par t of the F reedom F lights P rogram betw een 1965 and 1971. S. shor es befor e P resident Carter forced Castro to close the floodgates. 11/20/08 8:35:48 PM CUBA IN DEPTH 22 LO O K I N G B A C K AT C U B A 2 ultimately turned many other Cubans into have-nots, unequal in a socialist society.