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Central America: The Real Stakes

Central America: The Real Stakes

By Lester D. Langley

Crown, 1985, 280 pp.

There is a good grasp of the ethos and its realities here, leading to the conclusion that "Central America's debilitating problems are not only beyond our solution, but are largely hidden from our view." The United States should therefore stand aside and let the isthmian nations work out solutions. Rather surprisingly in view of the historical record, the author believes in the possibility and desirability of a single Central American nation.