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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Blood of Brothers: Life and War in Nicaragua (David Rockefeller Center Series on Latin American Studies)

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This 1991 portrait of Nicaragua's political struggles scored with critics, including LJ's reviewer, who dubbed it "public journalism at its best...the definitive study of Nicaragua in the turbulent 80s." Still powerful. Read full review

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Kinzer served in Central America first in the 1970s as a freelance journalist and later as a New York Times bureau chief in Managua (1983-89). An eyewitness to events, he interviewed members of the ... Read full review

Contents

ARRIVAL
13
GUN THE BANDITS DOWN
23
A NATION REBELS
35
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