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Charles J. Reid, Jr.

The comment seems a preemptive version of Godwin's law -- the Nazi analogy as opening gambit.

Be that as it may, I think the more apt comparison for Cuban property holders might be China, or Russia, Vietnam, or another Marxist or former Marxist state with whom we do business. Nazi Germany just doesn't fit.


"The American refusal to deal with Cuba had lost all meaning with the end of the Cold War a quarter-century ago." Not true. There's still the matter of compensating all those Cubans, Amerikans and others for the property and businesses confiscated by Castro.

The end of the WWII did not terminate the rights of Jews and others to compensation for stolen real property, businesses and artwork.

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