Resistance, as exhibited throughout this unit's readings, provides a dangerous outlet for the frustrations of Latinos everywhere. People in Latin countries, such as Cuba, often times seem to express that by sitting quietly under a dictators rule you are agreeing with his regime. They combat this phenomena in both violent and nonviolent ways, but both provide serious risk. Rules setup in countries like Cuba are severly enforced, evident by the numerous soldiers encamped on every
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has prevented any overwhelmed form of resistance, causing the people to develop pride from minor displays. Although these acts seems small on the outside, they allow the Miguelito to build up a wall of freedom around him and keep his fight going. To this point in the writing, the regime's acts of terror haven't effected him. This allows him to parade the street as he does, displaying his crucifix and talking openly to his cousin.