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Revolution In Central America

1st Edition

Edited by John Althoff, Stephen Babb, Philippe Bourgois, Fatma N. Cagatay, David Dye, Maria Angela Leal, David Lowe, Craig Richards, Diann Richards, Jo-Anne Scott, Hans Ulrich Hornig

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508 pages

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Description

Central America, though affected for decades by profound socioeconomic transformations, has been more or less quiescent politically.

Table of Contents

Also of Interest from Westview Press -- Foreword -- Introduction -- The Rise of Revolution -- U.S. Policy: The Politics of Intervention -- Dependent Development and Economic Imperialism -- Heritage of Hunger: Population, Land and Survival -- Violations of Human Rights: The Price of Stability -- The Church and Liberation -- Women and Revolution -- Nicaragua: The Revolutionary Option

About the Editors

The Stanford Central America Action Network is a research and political education resource center based at Stanford University.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
POL000000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General