El Salvador: Peaceful Revolution or Armed Struggle?
By: Bruce R. McColm (author)Paperback
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An analysis of the crisis in El Salvador during a period of convulsive turmoil in Latin America and the Caribbean. The author provides the social and political background of El Salvador from the early 20th century to the 1979 coup which marked the first time in fifty years that civilians were included in the Salvadoran government. The role of the military as a mediating force between the several-thousand-strong ruling class and the developing Elites of a newly industrializing society is covered thoroughly.
R. Bruce McColm is deputy director of Freedom House. His articles and commentaries on the political, strategic and economic problems of Central and Latin America have appeared in Newsweek, the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Christian Science Monitor, the Wall Street Journal and Strategic Review.
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