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Red Design for the Americas: Guatemalan Prelude

Red Design for the Americas: Guatemalan Prelude

By Daniel James

Day, 1954, 347 pp.

Within the limits of near-contemporary history this book, by an American journalist, is a useful survey and interpretation of the rise and recent collapse of Communist power in Guatemala. Throughout the author stresses the links in outlook and practice with the Communism of Mao Tse-tung.