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The Central American crisis : sources of conflict and the failure of U.S. policy

Author: Kenneth M Coleman; George C Herring
Publisher: Wilmington, Del. : Scholarly Resources, ©1985.
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Central American crisis.
Wilmington, Del. : Scholarly Resources, ©1985
(OCoLC)558221796
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kenneth M Coleman; George C Herring
ISBN: 0842022384 9780842022385 0842022406 9780842022408
OCLC Number: 11548365
Description: xvii, 240 pages : map ; 24 cm
Contents: The Reagan policy in historical perspective / Walter LaFeber --
Indigenous sources of conflict. Economic opportunity and labor markets in Central America / Michael A. Webb --
The agrarian bases of conflict in Central America / Billie R. DeWalt --
The Catholic church and Central American politics / Kathleen M. Blee --
The consequences of excluding reformists from power / Kenneth M. Coleman --
The Reagan policies : a critique. Vietnam, El Salvador, and the uses of history / George C. Herring --
Central America : beyond the credibility trap / Eldon Kenworthy --
The Caribbean basin initiative : threat or promise? / David F. Ross --
Nicaraguan-U.S. friction : the first four years, 1979-1983 / Thomas W. Walker --
Policy options. Is peace possible in Central America? / Daniel Oduber --
The United States and Central America : reflections on the Kissinger Commission Report / Abraham F. Lowenthal --
Beyond hegemony : toward a new Central American policy / George C. Herring and Kenneth M. Coleman.
Responsibility: edited by Kenneth M. Coleman and George C. Herring.

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