He was a quiet man, taciturn and difficult to read beyond what any language barriers would account for. He worked two jobs, washing dishes and mowing lawns; sometimes he drank, sometimes he fought with his wife. But mostly the Cuban immigrant struggled to support his family -- wife Caridad and three children -- and make his way as a Spanish-only speaker in Seventies Miami. A quarter-century ago, English was the language of currency on the street and... More >>>