Contra Terror in Nicaragua: Report of a Fact-finding Mission, September 1984-January 1985

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South End Press, 1985 - Political Science - 206 pages
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A telling indictment of the U.S. policy of attempting to destabilize Nicaragua through a campaign of terror directed at its people.The testimony of the victims of contra attacks exposes the policy of torture, murder, rape, kidnapping, and random violence employed by the people Ronald Reagan describes as "the moral equals of our founding fathers".
 

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Contents

Introduction
3
Attacks by the Nicaraguan Contras
19
Map of Nicaragua
27
Attacks on Farms and Villages
41
Attacks on Civilian Vehicles
87
Kidnappings
95
Afterword
125
Who Are the Contras?
131
Chronology of Contra Attacks
153
Footnotes
185
Bibliography
205
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