Confronting Revolution: Security Through Diplomacy in Central America

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Confronting Revolution: Security Through Diplomacy in Central America

By Morris J. Blachman, William M. Leogrande and Kenneth Sharpe
Pantheon, 1986
438 pp. $12.95
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The authors see inequality and authoritarianism as the primary sources of long-range turmoil in Central America, and they believe that the United States should abandon its "hegemonic strategic vision" in favor of a "principled realism" that would favor U.S. security as well as peace, democracy and broadly shared development.

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