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Dependency And Intervention

The Case Of Guatemala In 1954, 1st Edition

By José M. Aybar de Soto

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374 pages

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Description

This book describes the interlocking relationship of government and multinational corporations (MNCs) that led to U.S. intervention in Guatemala in 1954. It explains the intervention in terms of the continuous penetration of the extended domain of the metropole.

Table of Contents

1. Statement of Inquiry for the Study of Intervention 2. Development: A Critique 3. Toward a General Theoretical Construct of Dependency 4. The Rise and Fall of Ubico 5. The Struggle for Revolutionary Survival 6. The Land Tenure Pattern of Guatemala and the Agrarian Reform Law of 1952 7. The Expropriation of the Private Sector and Guatemalan Dependency on the United States 8. In Defense of the UFCO: United States Intervention in Guatemala 9. The Guatemalan Appeal Before the OAS and UN 10. Conclusions and General Observations

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General