August 26, 2014
Alan Gomez, USA Today
MIAMI – Cuba is a land that remains a mystery to most Americans.
Are the economic changes instituted in recent years by President Raul Castro working? Can the dissident movement ever gain enough traction to overthrow the Communist government? Just how good is its acclaimed but flawed health care system?
How many superstar baseball players are left down there?
But when looking to the future of the island – a post-Castro period that is often contemplated by American government officials, business owners eager to explore that market and Cuban-Americans curious about their role in the island's future – one question intrigues me most: What kind of human capital is left in Cuba?...
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