Don't Cry for Me, Guatemala

Lane, Charles
September 1995
New Republic;9/11/95, Vol. 213 Issue 11, p39
Book Review
Reviews two books. "Bridge of Courage: Life Stories of the Guatemalan Compañeros and Compañeras," by Jennifer Harbury; "Between Two Armies in the Ixil Towns of Guatemala," by David Stoll.


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