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characters The Sandinistas: The Controversial History and Legacy of the Socialist Party’s Revolution, Civil War, and Politics in Nicaragua

characters The Sandinistas: The Controversial History and Legacy of the Socialist Party’s Revolution, Civil War, and Politics in Nicaragua review The Sandinistas: The Controversial History and Legacy of the Socialist Party’s Revolution, Civil War, and Politics in Nicaragua 103 read & download ↠ eBook or Kindle ePUB ß Charles River Editors Ncludes picturesIncludes a bibliography for further readingIncludes a table of contentsI will not abandon my resistance until the pirate invaders assassins of weak peoples are expelled from my country I will make them realize that their crimes will cost them dear There will be bloody combat Nicaragua shall not be the patrimony of Imperialists I will fight for my cause as long as my heart beats If through destiny I should lose there are in my arsenal five tons of dynamite which I will explode with my own hand The noise of the cataclysm will be heard 250 miles All who hear will be witness that Sandino is dead Let it not be permitted that the hands of traitors or invaders shall profane his remains Augusto Csar SandinoFor much of the 20th century Latin American governments in large part lived under a system of military junta governments The mixture of indigenous peoples foreign settlers and European colonial superpowers produced cultural and social imbalances into which military forces intervened as a stabilizing influence The proactive personalities of military heads and the rigid structures of such a hierarchy guaranteed the strong man commanding officer an abiding presence in the form of executive dictator Such leaders often bore the collaborative title of President but the reality was in most cases identical Likewise the gap between rich and poor was often vast and a disappearance of the middle class fed a freuent urge for revolution reenergizing the militarys intent to stop it With no stabilizing center the ideologies most prevalent in such conflicts alternated between a federal model of industrial and social nationalization and an eually conservative structure under privatized ownership and autocratic rule drawn from the head of a junta government Whichever belief system was in play for the major industrial nations of Central and South America a constant bombardment of foreign influence pushed the people of states such as Nicaragua Chile Brazil Argentina and others toward overthrow in one direction or the other To the left came Stalinist influences from the Soviet Union and Castros Cuba while the German World War II model and an anti communist mindset from the United States worked behind the scenes to upset any movement toward extreme liberalism The tacit acceptance of these right wing dictators across South America was part of an overarching effort known as Operation Condor consisting mostly of CIA operations that are as infamous and controversial as ever with a lasting legacy that affects current events such as reactions to the ongoing unrest in Venezuela Few examples remain as memorable as the conflict in Nicaragua where the Frente Sandinista de Liberation Nacional FSLN a left wing revolutionary party seized power in the small Central American nation of Nicaragua in July 1979 toppling four decades of dictatorial rule perpetrated by the Somoza dynasty A decade later on February 25 1990 in an election organized by the FSLN one that the party was fully confident it would win the FSLN suffered a shocking defeat at the hands of a coalition generally thought to be associated with the American funded Contra movement This was a sobering moment for the Latin American leftist revolution and as many were apt to see it a triumph for American policy in the region What happened in that critical decade in Nicaragua what was the Sandinista movement that led Nicaragua into a leftist revolution and why did the Americans vehemently oppose the Sandinistas with force The Sandinistas The Controversial History and Legacy of Socialist Resistance Civil War and Politics in Nicaragua looks at the turbulent 20th century in Nicaragua and the various roles the Sandinistas have played Along with pictures and a bibliography you will learn about the Sandinistas like never before.

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