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While he might have had the trains run on time delivered some measure of education and health care achievement in Cuba, he also stripped Cubans of their liberty. Earlier this year, the Washington Post said the health care miracle is a mythas is the country's reputation on racial equality. And according to T im Worstalltook a country that doing okay economically and made it poor. Freedom House describes the Castro's dictatorship: All political organizing outside the PCC is illegal, and independent campaigning is not permitted. Political dissent, whether spoken or written, is a punishable offense, and dissidents are systematically harassed, detained, physically assaulted, and frequently sentenced to years of imprisonment for seemingly minor infractions.

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