Rebel radio: the story of El Salvador's Radio Venceremos
One hundred and one tales of Radio Venceremos, the radio of the guerrillas in El Salvador. They range from Convincing the Gringo, which is about a skeptical American reporter accompanying an attack, to Become a Guerrilla in Twenty Easy Lessons, which is the script of a physical education broadcast.
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