Philip Wilson Bonsal (1903–June 28, 1995) was a United States foreign diplomat and the last United States Ambassador to Cuba.
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... In 1959 Bonsal became the first United States Ambassador to return to Cuba after the Cuban revolution and reportedly attempted to find a working arrangement with the leader of the new Cuban ... Bonsal admitted that "animosity was inevitable", but he was hopeful that "at some point we can get down to a reasoned dialogue" ... Castro was critical of the arrival of Bonsal in the Cuban press comparing him to a colonial Viceroy, and dialogue was not easily forthcoming ...
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