A Legacy to Future Generations, 'Adios, Havana,' a Memoir, Intended to Remind Readers of Fragility of Freedom

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"Adios, Havana" is a true account of romance and peril, adventure and patriotism. Fueled by love -- love of family, of country, and of each other -- a young couple must face the most wrenching of choices. "Adios, Havana" describes the disintegration of a prosperous civilized society and offers counsel on how to prevent a similar catastrophe from happening in America.

"Adios, Havana" is a true account of romance and peril, adventure and patriotism.

Fueled by love -- love of family, of country, and of each other -- a young couple must face the most wrenching of choices: remain in the country they cherish, lose the wealth and position their families strove for generations to attain, and watch their children grow up impoverished under a terrifying regime; or risk escaping with no money or possessions and leave behind all they have ever known to begin a life in the Land of the Free.

"Adios, Havana" describes the disintegration of a prosperous civilized society and offers counsel on how to prevent a similar catastrophe from happening in America.

With illegal immigration becoming a national issue, America's foreign policy toward Latin America in need of urgent revision, and leftist governments sprouting in nations as strategic as Venezuela, the time has come for America to face a fifty year old reality: A communist country ninety miles from the US must be isolated or eradicated if we want to protect hemispheric stability.

Even without oil, Cuba exerts today more influence in Latin America than ever before. "Adios, Havana" proves that history is beginning to repeat itself in neighboring countries and that peace cannot exist as long as a cancerous mole ninety miles away from our coast continues to thrive. "Adios Havana" was written to express the author's sincere gratitude to the American people for their generosity toward the oppressed and to awaken the sleeping giant to threats looming across the gulf and south of the border.

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