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By Brian Latell

It is a compelling behind-the-scenes account of the extreme Castro brothers and the upcoming dynastic succession of Fidel's more youthful brother Raul. Brian Latell, the CIA analyst who has Castro because the sixties, offers an remarkable view into Fidel and Raul's striking dating, revealing how they've got collaborated in coverage making, divided obligations, and resolved disagreements for greater than 40 years—a problem to the idea that Fidel continuously acts by myself. Latell has had extra entry to the brothers than someone else during this nation, and his briefs to the CIA educated a lot of U.S. coverage. in line with his wisdom of Raul Castro, Latell makes projections on what sort of chief Raul will be and the way the shift in energy may perhaps impression U.S.-Cuban family members.

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