Nation’s shift on Cuba reveals generation gap

Angel Perez, who supports President Obama, listened to former prisoner Rafael Dominguez disagree with the president’s  action in Miami on Thursday.

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Anti-Castro ideologues are dying off, replaced by a generation more open to normalized relations with Cuba.

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The federal recommendations released Thursday come after a man with a knife stormed the White House this fall.

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