As we see so many home-grown revolutions taking place in the Middle East, Cuban dissidents and Cuban-American leaders have started to ask why Cubans haven’t followed the lead of oppressed populations in Egypt and Tunisia in overthrowing long-entrenched regimes. But political scientists don’t expect to see demonstrations for democracy in the streets of Havana anytime soon.
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I am reducing the price of the Key because the book is giving a lot of its owners, me included, a great deal of comfort during the crisis. Effective immediately, the price is $13.95 instead of $19.95.

Owners of the Key have been writing me that the book has been a tremendous inspiration to them during these terribledays. I am so grateful now that I managed to get the book done when I did. It has been an inspiration to me, too. I find myself reading the words of the Master of the Key at night before I go to sleep.

What he gave us that is so valuable is a magnificent perspective on the nature of the human experience and, above all, just what it means to be human and the profound dignity of human life.
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