October 1983
New Republic;10/24/83, Vol. 189 Issue 17, p5
Focuses on the socio-political conditions in Central America. Difference between rhetoric and idealism; Implementation of democracy in Central America; Role of American policymakers in dealing with the problems of Central America; Features of the Central American society; Description of the social and political factors which form obstacles to the development of democracy.


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