Central America: Anatomy of Conflict
Robert S. Leiken
Elsevier Science Limited, 1984 - Political Science - 351 pages
Discusses the history of the region, examines the Soviet influence, and analyzes American policies toward Central America
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Obedezco Pero No Cumplo I obey but I do not comply
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