Peru: A Country Study
Rex A. Hudson
The Division, 1993 - History - 422 pages
4th edition. Edited by Rex A. Hudson. Prepared by the Library of Congress, Federal Research Division. Research completed September 1992. Describes and analyzes the history, politics, sociology, economics, and national security systems of Peru. Includes maps, black and white photographs, bibliographies, a glossary, and an index.
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