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Remaking the Revolution

Cuba’s new president, Miguel Díaz-Canel, intends to complete Raúl Castro’s economic revolution. It won’t be easy

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CHANGING OF THE GUARD Díaz-Canel, left, is the first non-Castro to be president in post-revolutionary Cuba.
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WHEN MIGUEL DÍAZ-CANEL formally accepted the presidency of Cuba on April 19, he became the first non-Castro to run the country since Fidel’s revolution swept the island in 1959.

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