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When I was little and the vital underpinnings of the Cuban economy came from the Kremlin, my mother made me eat all my...
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The new ration book surprised us at the end of December, just when speculation was growing about the demise of this booklet with its grid-paper pages.
Speculation grows about the possible disappearance of the food rationing system in Cuba. Those who are frightened by this possibility can't imagine a life without the benefit from the State, without the crutch of subsidization.
A political process of the magnitude of a socialist revolution should aspire, for its fiftieth anniversary, to more ambitious results and more pompous parties, but there is not much to give.
Many parts of America, long considered the breadbasket of the world, are now confronting a once unthinkable phenomenon: food rationing.
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