less propaganda by Vanessa Arrington (AP)
"The period translated into a "frustration of expectations" for Cuba's young people, said Damian Fernandez, a Cuban-American who heads the Cuban Research Institute at Miami's Florida International University. "The economic shortage, and that closure of opportunity, have clearly scarred this generation."Of course, force has an impotent ability to organize anything; but you wonder if Fidel's push toward "Revolution-Ideology" can continue to shape events and influence the relations of the new generation...Or if the youth's hunger for an ideal, or rightful position toward prosperity will lead them, instead.
Imagine an entire merging generation of those who desire to be "Achievers" and not Revolutionaries, and of whom are goals setters, instead of workers under the strong-arm of a government...
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