Havana, once called "the naughtiest city on earth," is a museum of the 1950s: Decaying, melancholy, dark. Cuba has Latin America's best medical and education system, and highest literacy. But life in Cuba is grim: Food and power shortages, endless queuing, grinding poverty and constant supervision by secret policemen and Communist party informers.
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