Salim Lamrani has edited a complilation of essays by some of the clearest thinkers & writers on Cuba. It's especially helpful for anyone trying to sort through the historical & political context of the injustice surrounding the case of The Cuban Five. Howard Zinn provides the history of hostility emanating from the U.S. Three lawyers decribe the egregious
prosecutorial misconduct in the case. The chapter on Cuba's role in Angola & Namibia by Piero Gleijeses illuminates how the U.S. & South Africa were humiliated by Cuban forces. Three of the Five Cubans now incarcerated in the U.S. fought in those wars of liberation. Ignore the typos.