The Cuban threat, 1961
Joint Intelligence Committee, “Cuban developments and their impact on the Caribbean”, 2 June 1961
“Castro’s attempts to intervene in the affairs of other countries have alienated most governments and moderate opinion in Latin America; however, Castroism still retains much of its popular appeal. If, in the longer term, the Cuban revolution succeeds in achieving a stable regime which appears to meet the aspirations of the depressed classes, there will be a serious risk that it will inspire similar revolutions elsewhere in Latin America”.
Source, PRO, CAB 158/43
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