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Housing Problem of a Growing Metropolis

with the Russian leadership was influencing his views on the Latin American revolution. Suddenly Castro cooled down towards the guerilla movements which had received his unqualified material and moral support in the past. Earlier he had confessed, he "could not make a speech without speaking about our heroic guerillas". But by 1969, the guerillas had practically disappeared from his speeches and from the Cuban press. The weekly international edition of Granma, published in four major world languages, which used to be full of news of guerilla activity now carried almost nothing except pictures and reports about sugar, the reception to visiting Soviet ships and the leaders of the socialist (pro-Moscow) world, including for the first time since 1959, the visits of Latin American communists

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