Dictatorship and Revolution
Nicaragua: Dictatorship and Revolution traces the history of one of the longest lasting and most repugnant dictatorships in Latin America and describes the popular insurrection which finally overthrew the 43 year old Somoza dynasty. It also chronicles the history of support for the dynasty by the US and the ambiguous attitude they and other countries adopted as the dictatorship was being swept away.
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Transformations in the Holy Religious Resistance and Hegemonic Struggles in the Nicaraguan Revolution
Gismondi, Michael A.
Latin American Perspectives, Vol. 13 (1986), Iss. 3 P.13https://doi.org/10.1177/0094582X8601300302 [Citations: 2]