Castro, Carter, and Nicaragua

August 1979
National Review;8/31/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 35, p1076
The article reports on the role of the Cuban government in Nicaragua's revolution. According to the report, at least two and possibly three occasions, Cuba supplied arms to the Sadinista through the government offices of Panama. The Costa Rican Communist Party served as fthe financial conduit for the Sadinista.


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