Bitter Fruit: The Untold Story of the American Coup in Guatemala

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Doubleday, 1982 - Guatemala - 320 pages
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The history of the United States’ involvement in Central American politics is not a happy one, as anyone with a passing knowledge of the area will tell you. This record of the CIA operation to ... Read full review

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I'm too pissed to write a review. And if I did, I would probably get hate mail from American apologists and "patriots" who continually claim the U.S. is THE greatest nation on earth because we only act morally. Read full review

Contents

A TEACHER TAKES POWER
25
AN AGE OF REFORM
37
THE CLOUDS GATHER
49
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