The Ideology of the Sandinistas and the Nicaraguan Revolution

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The Ideology of the Sandinistas and the Nicaraguan Revolution

By David Nolan
Institute of Inter-american Studies, University of Miami, 1984
203 pp. $14.95
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Tracing the origins and development of Sandinista ideology and tactics, this volume concludes that representation of broad public viewpoints has never been the intent of the revolution, despite its patina of populism and democratic socialism. Rather, the leaders are an independent elite pursuing their own visions.

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