100 Years of (Mis)Understanding
jjazz at freenet.hamilton.on.ca
Fri Nov 24 22:18:14 MST 1995
On Tue, 21 Nov 1995 ROSSERJB at vax1.acs.jmu.edu wrote:
> More ironically, as near as I can tell, Castro
> is sufficiently popular that he could win an election. Why not hold
> one and make himself more legitimate in the eyes of the world? He
> can make it go with his personal charisma, but once he goes the system
> will need the deeper systemic legitimacy afforded by real democracy
> to maintain itself.
Maybe we should get it straight here once and for all: does Cuba,
or does it not, have democratic (socialist) elections?? My understanding
was that Castro is INDEED an elected official -- whether the U.S.
bastards understand it that way or not.
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