Nicaragua: The Land of Sandino

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Nicaragua: The Land of Sandino

By Thomas W. Walker
Westview Press, 1982
137 pp. $20.00

Describing the values of the Sandinist revolution as "a uniquely Nicaraguan combination of flexible Marxism and progressive Catholicism," this brief, sympathetic study provides an overview of history through the Somoza era, the economy, culture and politics, and international aspects.

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