Gerardo Guardiola looks beyond the material items newly available to Cubans -- cellphones, DVD players, meals at restaurants once reserved for tourists -- and keys in on a more fundamental change that has transformed his life.
"I now think for myself," said the 44-year-old tobacco factory worker and father of 10. "That's truly revolutionary, knowing that you're responsible for your own destiny."
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