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Central America and the United States: The Clients and the Colossus

John H. Coatsworth - Central America - 1994 - 277 pages
"For the past century, the United States has effectively dominated the economic and political destinies of the countries on the Central American isthmus - Guatemala, Honduras ...
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Central America and the United States: The Search for Stability

Thomas M. Leonard - Political Science - 1991 - 245 pages
In this study, Thomas Leonard examines the history of relations between the United States and the countries of Central America. Placing those relations in their political ...
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Our Own Backyard: The United States in Central America, 1977-1992

William M. LeoGrande - Political Science - 2000 - 773 pages
A painstakingly researched, exhaustive, and lucid account traces the tug-of-war among the U.S. government's branches and agencies to produce a coherent, productive foreign ...
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Central America

Anita Ganeri, Nicola Barber - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2005 - 44 pages
Chronicles the upheavals that have made Central America a battleground for centuries.
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Central America

Harold Lavine - Central America - 1964 - 160 pages
The various countries of Central America are described and their histories related. Topics discussed include the Mayas, the Spanish conquest, the rich and the poor, treating ...
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Central America, Opposing Viewpoints

Bonnie Szumski - Central America - 1984 - 244 pages
A series of provocative and engaging debates on Central American issues: political, social, and economic: Why is the U.S. involved in Central America? Is Communism a threat to ...
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Central America: Democracy, Development, and Change

John M. Kirk, George W. Schuyler - History - 1988 - 205 pages
Central America provocatively challenges the myths of Central American democracy, development, and change--concepts traditionally maligned and oversimplified, but here ...
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