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by Alberto Prieto

ePub Las Guerrillas Contemporáneas en América Latina  (Spanish Edition) download
Author:
Alberto Prieto
ISBN13:
978-1921235542
ISBN:
1921235543
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Publisher:
Ocean Sur (October 1, 2007)
Subcategory:
Politics & Government
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1293 kb
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The guerrilla fighter is a defining image of Latin America. This book reviews recent guerrilla movements across the continent, providing a perceptive analysis of their methods and motivations. Alberto Prieto compares and contrasts the experiences of Sandino in Nicaragua, Fidel and Che in Cuba, the civil war in Colombia, and the current situation in Central America, Peru, Mexico, and elsewhere.