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Confronting Revolution

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Essays by leading experts on Central America analyze the rationale of American foreign policy in that region and the reasons for its failures.
Hardcover, 438 pages
Published July 12th 1986 by Pantheon
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Beginning in 1982, the 15 contributors to this volume debated, and subsequently wrote up, their views of U.S. foreign policy in Central America. The book's value lies in the fact that it is nonpartisan, that the contributors worked two years to integrate their essays, and that it offers a pragmatic version of security though diplomacy. Coverage includes individual countries, outside actors, and U.S. foreign policy towards the region. The authors believe that East-West conflict is sec
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