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  • Title: Nicaragua: Revolution in the Family
  • Author: Shirley Christian
  • ISBN: 9780394744575
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Philistine journalist account of the ouster of Somoza and beginnings of the Sandinista regime, published in 1985 prior to the full measure of woe regarding Iran Contra was known As a for instance, consider this passage, the only mention in the text of Col North Subtle word also went out from the White House encouraging supporters of Ronald Reagan to provide help in time or money Working from a small office on the third floor of the Old Executive Office Building adjacent to the White House, an ou [...]

    2. Shirley Christian s account of recent Nicaraguan history and particularly of the early years of the Sandinista revolution comes in at the right moment It is unlikely that I would have appreciated this book in the same way if I had read it earlier As a Nicaraguan in her early thirties and most importatnly, whose family did not leave the country during the revolution or shortly after, this book touches upon very personal issues One would think that the events surrounding the fall of Somoza, the Sa [...]

    3. Nicaraguan history is so complex, nuanced, and confusing it takes several perspectives to even start to get a comprehensive perspective I have lived in Nicaragua six months now, and this is my fifth book on modern history of the country Yet I still find myself scratching my head and rethinking existing assumptions.Shirley Christian certainly helps in that journey Well respected and well sourced, she has a strong grasp on the forces that led to the Sandinista victory in the 1980s Her focus on the [...]

    4. After reading a Nicaragua guidebook to prepare for our most recent Nicaraguan vacation and speaking to people with real firsthand experience of some of the historical events that shaped that country, such as the 1972 earthquake in Managua, I thought it would be interesting to learn about the history of this beautiful country.Shirley Christian has written a very comprehensive piece on events leading up to the revolution The book beings with a list of key players and their mini bios, a great refe [...]

    5. I very much recommend this book to anyone interested in contemporary Nicaraguan History It s a must read for anyone working in activities related to democracy, human rights or politics in Nicaragua The book covers the period between 1821 1985 and it is amazing to see all the similarities with the present It s a dense book but it is written in a very reader friendly manner and keeps you wanting for Reading this book has certainly broaden my comprehension of local politics and the role that the U [...]

    6. The most unbiased account of the Sandinista revolution, made interesting for me because while living in Managua from 1982 85 I knew or met some of the people described in this book.

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