Blood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua

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Putnam, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 450 pages
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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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An excellent read, made all the more poignant by living in the country for the last three months. Kinzer convoys an honest love for the country of Nicaragua, the good, bad, and the ugly. I felt his ... Read full review

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Contents

ARRIVAL
13
GUN THE BANDITS DOWN
23
A NATION REBELS
35
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Stephen Kinzer was Istanbul bureau chief for "The New York Times" from 1996 to 2000. He is the author of many books, including "All the Shah's Men" and "Overthrow," He lives in Chicago.

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