“People would never take such risks if life under Cuban communism was bearable. The hundreds of thousands of Cubans who have left since 1959 bespeak the failure of the “Revolution.” And though Havana cannot admit it, the Cuban Adjustment Act probably helps stabilize the Cuban regime. Emigration has served as a safety valve, enabling the regime to export the discontent it produces so efficiently.” The half-century-old law that Cuba uses to export discontent