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Baraguá Oath: 22 years of intransigence in the battle of ideas.

Florida, March 19.- In the midst of the colossal battle waged for the return of the child Elián González Brotons to his family and his homeland, on February 19, 2000 in the glorious grove of Baraguá, in Santiago de Cuba and inspired by the Intransigent example of Antonio Maceo, the people of Cuba once again swore to resist and win, this time in a new scenario of struggle against imperialism in the field of ideas.

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