Personal Work: Democracy + Communism: NYT :: Cuba: Communism Relived: Cuba_Paskova_036

Tourists walk by graffiti of the American cartoon character Wile E. Coyote and his speech bubble {quote}Nuestro Futuro (Our Future,){quote} running by a cactus shaped to read {quote}One Up King Size,{quote} in the Havana Vieja neighborhood of Havana, Cuba. It is said to reflect the fear that a further thawing of U.S.-Cuban relations will permanently alter the cultural and economic make-up of the island. In the cartoons, Coyote repeatedly and unsuccessfully attempts to catch a fast-running ground bird, The Road Runner, his plans for capture always backfiring in injury.

Tourists walk by graffiti of the American cartoon character Wile E. Coyote and his speech bubble "Nuestro Futuro (Our Future,)" running by a cactus shaped to read "One Up King Size," in the Havana Vieja neighborhood of Havana, Cuba. It is said to reflect the fear that a further thawing of U.S.-Cuban relations will permanently alter the cultural and economic make-up of the island. In the cartoons, Coyote repeatedly and unsuccessfully attempts to catch a fast-running ground bird, The Road Runner, his plans for capture always backfiring in injury.