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“Memories from the Intolerant Tyrant”

Augusto "Gus" Venegas was on Blog Talk Radio with Tampa's Thomas Parisis on "Radio Libertad Por Cuba" the other day discussing his current book, "Memories from the Land of the Intolerant Tyrant" based on Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution.

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Gus has become a Facebook pal of mine in recent weeks, so I thought I would offer a link where you can listen to the archived interview, and add your comments on their discussion.

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