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Central America's forgotten history : revolution, violence, and the roots of migration / Aviva Chomsky.

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North Kansas City Public Library 972.8 CHOMSKY 2021 (Text) 0001002455960 Nonfiction New Checked out 08/11/2021

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Includes bibliographical references (pages 252-277) and index.
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Invisibility and forgetting -- Making the United States, making Central America : bananas, coffee, savages, and bandits -- The Cold War, ten years of spring, and the Cuban Revolution -- Guatemala : reform, revolution, and genocide -- Nicaragua : "Luchamoscontra el yanqui, enemigo de la humanidad" -- El Salvador : si Nicaragua venciao, ¬°El Salvador venceraa! -- Honduras : staging ground for war and Reaganomics -- Central America solidarity in the United States -- Peace treaties and neoliberalism -- Migration -- Conclusion: Trump's border war.
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"Places Central American migration to the United States in the context of the region's history of conquest, colonialism, revolution, and neoliberalism, looking especially at the revolutionary experiments of the 1980s and their aftermath"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject: Central America > History.
Central America > Politics and government.
Central America > Emigration and immigration.
United States > Emigration and immigration.
Central America > Relations > United States.
United States > Relations > Central America.

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