This Study Of U.S Policy Toward Nicaragua During The Nixon, Ford, And Carter Presidencies Reveals The Fundamental Importance Washington Placed On Preserving State Institutions In Latin America While Adopting A Much Flexible Approach Regarding Support For Elected Regimes Or Dictatorial Rulers The Carter White House Decision To Dump A Longstanding Ally, Somoza, And Support A Regime Change Was Triggered By The Appearance Of A Mass Based Social Movement Led By Radical Nationalist Guerrillas Posing A Challenge To Both The Dictatorial Regime And, Importantly, The State Structure That Underpinned It This Book Is Based On The Extensive Use Of Personal Interviews And Recently Declassified U.S Government Documents Among Its Distinctive Features Is The Emphasis On The Pivotal Role Washington Played In Contributing To The Long Term Survival Of The Somoza Dictatorship It Is The First Detailed Study, Based On Original Research, Of Nixon And Ford Policy Toward Nicaragua, And It Contains The Most Detailed Discussion Of U.S Policy Toward Nicaragua During The Early Period Of Sandinista Rule.
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- 343 pages
- Washington, Somoza, And The Sandinistas
- Morris H. Morley
- 15 January 2017 Morris H. Morley