The U.S. embargo of Cuba adheres to the stubborn logic of governmental action. It was created to solve a problem: the existence of a communist government 90 miles off American shores. It failed to solve that problem, writes Steve Chapman, but its failure is taken as proof of its everlasting necessity.
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