Nicaragua, revolution in the family

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Random House, 1985 - History - 337 pages
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter chronicles the events in Nicaragua that led up to the revolt against Somoza, the consolidation of power by the Sandinistas, and the present period of unrest and probes the viewpoints of a wide range of Nicaraguans

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Journalist Christian's masterful, evenhanded account of Nicaragua's Sandinistas derives from years of interviews and on-the-scene observations. Beginning with the last days of the Somoza regime, she ... Read full review

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Very anti-Sandinista. I'm not pro-Sandinista, but this makes Somoza sound like the better option. Read full review

Contents

The Baggage of the Past
3
The Years of the Dynasty
23
The Dynasty Weakened
34
Copyright

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Shirley Christian is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who has written for "The New York Times, The Miami Herald" and the Associated Press. She is the author of "Nicaragua: Revolution in the Family" and lives in Overland Park in Kansas.

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