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Born into a wealthy, eccentric Havana family, Carlos Eire was 12 years old when he became one of 14,000 children airlifted to Miami in "Operation Pedro Pan." Now a professor of history at Yale University, Eire has written a book to share his childhood memories of 1950s Cuba.
- Carlos Eire Author and professor at Yale University
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