Revolution and the Multiclass Coalition in Nicaragua (Google eBook)
This book tells the intriguing story of the multi-class coalition that formed to overthrow Somoza's Nicaraguan government in July of 1979. Mark Everingham offers personal accounts from members of the elite class, to determine the factors that led them to join the popular class in support of the Sandinista uprising.
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This may very well be the greatest book ever written. Mr. Everingham is a genius and words are unable to do justice to the magnitude of this work.
2 Theories of Revolution and Revolutionary Coalitions
3 Defining the Dynasty and Changing Elite Relations 19501962
4 Business Politics and AgroIndustrialization 19631972
Land Labor and Opposition
6 The Political Roots of CrossClass Cooperation 19731977
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action Agiiero agrarian agro-export alliance American Anastasio Somoza Debayle Argiiello Arturo Cruz Baez BANIC and BANAMER bourgeoisie business community businessmen capital capitalist Carlos Carrion Montoya Central America Chinandega coffee commercial Conservative Cordova Rivas COSEP cotton cross-class Cruz Cuadra Chamorro democratic dictatorship Doce dominant economic elites Eduardo Montealegre El Salvador elite relations Enrique Dreyfus enterprise export agriculture Felipe Mantica Fonseca foreign FSLN growers guerrilla INCAE INDE industrial INFONAC institutions interests interview by author Joaquin Cuadra Junta La Prensa labor land Latin America leaders Liberal loans Los Doce Luis Managua military mobilized Montealegre movement moza National Guard Nicaragua oligarchy opposition organizations Party peasants Pedro Joaquin Chamorro Pellas percent political change popular Prensa private sector production revolution revolutionary coalition revolutionary situation Robelo rural Salvador Salvadoran Sandinista Sergio Ramirez Skocpol Somocista Somoza regime structure sugar Terceristas tion Tunnerman UDEL urban workers