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HUMBERTO FONTOVA was born in Havana Cuba in 1954 and escaped Castro’s revolution with his family in 1961. They were accepted in the U.S. as political refugees while his father remained jailed in Cuba as a political prisoner. Humberto holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of New Orleans and a Masters Degree in Latin American Studies from Tulane University. Humberto is the author of five critically- acclaimed books and a weekly columnist contributing to The Washington Times, Frontpage Magazine, The Daily Caller and Townhall among many others. He is a frequent commentator on both English and Spanish-language media ranging from FoxNews to Miami’s Telemundo to Spain’s Cadena Cope. (For more visit www.hfontova.com)
Castro’s cachet as a celebrity icon of anti-Americanism has always overshadowed his record as a warmonger, racist, sexist, Stalinist, and godfather of modern terrorism. The Longest Romance uncovers this shameful history and names its major accomplices.