Clippings, newsletters, press releases, reports, conference papers, speeches, and printed
matter, relating primarily to the political, economic, and social effects of communism in
Cuba, communist subversion in Latin America, U.S. foreign policy toward Cuba, and
activities of the Cuban emigré community.
The Citizens Committee for a Free Cuba was a group of nearly forty private citizens,
including several academics, which gathered data on all aspects of the Cuban Revolution
in the 1960-1974 period and published reports in an effort to influence U.S. foreign
policy toward Cuba.