Nicaragua, A Wholly Owned Subsidiary

Kinzer, Stephen
April 1977
New Republic;4/9/77, Vol. 176 Issue 15, p14
Discusses the involvement of the U.S. in the politics and government of Nicaragua. Background of the regime of the Somoza family in Nicaragua; Details on the anti-U.S. campaign led by guerrilla Augusto Sandino; Role of the Nicaraguan National Guard; Information regarding the first official U.S. involvement in the Nicaragua's politics which came in the overthrow of the liberal government of Jose Zelaya.


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