Nicaragua Divided: La Prensa And The Chamorro Legacy

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Nicaragua Divided: La Prensa And The Chamorro Legacy

By Patricia Taylor Edmisten
University of Florida, 1990
142 pp. $19.95
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An informative journalistic account of the role played in recent politics by the Chamorro family: the slain publisher Pedro Joaquín Chamorro, his widow, who is now Nicaragua's elected president, and their children and cousins-deeply divided, like the rest of the country, by the Sandinista revolution.

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