Panama: A Country Study
Sandra W. Meditz, Dennis Michael Hanratty
The Division, 1989 - Panama - 337 pages
Covers, for Panama, its history, social conditions, economic conditions, politics and government, and armed forces.
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THE COLOMBIA DEPARTMENT
THE UNITED STATES PROTECTORATE
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