Blood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua
In 1976, at age 25, Stephen Kinzer arrived in Nicaragua as a freelance journalist and became a witness to history. He revisited the country many times, eventually opening the first New York Times bureau in Managua, which he headed for six years. Here is his dramatic story of the centuries-old power struggles that culminated in the fall of the Somoza government in 1979. 16 pages of photographs.
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Review: Blood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua (Latin American Studies)User Review - Shellie G - Goodreads
Review: Blood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua (Latin American Studies)User Review - Lorena Cassady - Goodreads
Kinzer's book, compared to others on the subject, is more of a general interest, magazine-audience kind of thing. It's a good overview, and a good place to start for a novice on the subject, but I ... Read full review