As Fidel Castro turns power over to his younger brother Raul (the Ozzie Canseco of totalitarianism), questions abound: Did Castro resign to have more time with his families? So he could travel outside his open-air island prison a bit more easily? So he could have more time to catch up on his reading?
The Competitive Enterprise Institute's Ivan Osorio presents this picture and asks: "For nearly all of the Castro era, analyzing Cuban politics has involved Kremlinology-style reading of tea leaves. So I wonder what seasoned Cuba watchers will make of this photo?"
If his Greenspan jones keeps going, who knows, maybe next on his nightstand is Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal?