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Stapled covers with rubbing and edge wear. Bi-monthly publication of the North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) focusing on the political economy of the Americas. The feature for this issue is titled, El Salvador - Why Revolution, by Robert Armstrong. This 33-page article discusses the history of El Salvador from the 1930s and the coffee oligarchy, postwar development and modernization, and the political struggles of the 1970s. The article has two Appendices and References. Appendix I: Foreign Military Assistance to El Salvador, Appendix II: Direct Foreign Investment in El Salvador. The remainder of this issue contains an updates on various issues topical to the times: Women in Nicaragua, Puerto, Action in Chile: International Women's Day; Puerto Rico's Oil: For Whom?, and news from NACLA.
Title: NACLA Report on the Americas, Volume XIV, Number 2, Mar-Apr 1980: El Salvador - Why Revolution?
Categories: Latin America,
Publisher: New York, North American Congress on Latin America: 1980
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 09627
Keywords: Latin America El Salvador Revolution,