Who was Jose Marti?

McCaffrey, M.
July 1990
American History Illustrated;Jul/Aug90, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p56
Profiles Jose Marti (1853-1895), a national hero to all Cubans, who was deified in Fidel Castro's Cuba as the spiritual father of the revolution and equally revered by Cuban exiles in the United States as a champion of freedom. INSET: Two Cubas,two Martis..


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