Cuba's Vibrant Democracy
Here's a email from an educator
wanting to get on David Horowitz's list of the 101 most dangerous professors in America. Qualifications:During the Reagan years, when the CIA was engaged in its illegal war against Nicaragua, I went to Nicaragua and taught agronomy students biology, attempting to help the struggling Sandinista government, and I have been vociferous in defense of Cuba’s right to exist and its impressive agricultural system, which I have seen first hand on several visits to that country. I also give talks around town about the Cuban agricultural system and its vibrant democracy, which I contrast with the moribund democratic system (at least that of which remains) of the United States.
I'd say that he deserves to be on the list.