Nicaraguan Revolution

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Bearing Witness, Building Bridges: Interviews with North Americans Living and Working in Nicaragua
Everett, Melissa
Book
Contains thought-provoking discussions with 17 North Americans who lived in Nicaragua before the revolution and stayed or who have gone to live and work in Nicaragua since. This book probes the motiva...
Killing Hope: U.S. Military and CIA Interventions Since World War II
Blum, William
Book
2008
Is the United States a force for democracy? William Blum serves up a forensic overview of U.S. foreign policy spanning sixty years. For those who want the details on the U.S.'s most famous actions (Ch...
The Murals of Revolutionary Nicaragua 1979-1992
Kunzle, David
Book
1995
The dawn of the new society reveals itself in the murals as a very child-centered world. Children's presence in so many of the murals forces one to concur with Kunzle's comment, "The insistence, again...
A New Weave: Popular Education in Canada and Central America
Arnold, Rick; Barndt, Deborah; Burke, Bev
Book
1986
A resource for educators working for social change in community groups, trade unions, churches, the peace movement, women's groups, international development organizations, Central America and other s...
A New Weave: Popular Education in Canada and Central America
Arnold, Rick; Barndt, Deborah; Burke, Bev
Book
1986
A resource for educators working for social change in community groups, trade unions, churches, the peace movement, women's groups, international development organizations, Central American and other ...
Nicaragua: A New Kind of Revolution
Zwerling, Philip; Martin, Connie
Book
From these forty-five interviews emerges a vivid picture of how life in Nicaragua has been transformed by the revolution. These interviews, even though some express opposition to the Sandinistas, reve...
On Power and Ideology
Chomsky, Noam
Book
1987
Five lectures on U.S. international and security policy.
A Painful Struggle for Renewal: Against The Current vol. 87
Feeley, Dianne
Article
2000
Twenty-one years after the Sandinista National Liberation Front's triumph of July 1979, and ten years since the FSLN government lost power in an electoral upset, Nicaragua's political and economic pic...
Recovering the Sandinista Murals: Review of The Murals of Revolutionary Nicaragua 1979-1992 by David Kunzle
Feeley, Dianne
Article
1997
Obliterating the artifacts of the revolution is an important task for those who want to rewrite history. David Kunzle's book, The Murals of Revolutionary Nicaragua 1979-1992, is thus more than a catal...
Relentless Persistence: Nonviolent Action in Latin America
McManus, Philip and Schlabach, Gerald (ed.)
Book
1991
There is in Latin America a tradition of "firmeza permanente," relentless persistence, which has enabled the people to preserve parts of their culture during five centuries of conquest and oppression.
Sandino's Daughters: Testimonies of Nicaraguan Women in Struggle
Randall, Margaret; Yanz, Lynda (ed.)
Book
1981
Interviews with women who fought in the Nicaraguan revolution.
Socialist Register 1989: Volume 25: Revolution Today. Aspirations and Realities
Miliband, Ralph; Saville, John (eds.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
1989
Triumph of the People: The Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua
Black, George
Book
This is the story of Latin America's first successful revolution since Cuba. Here is the first major study of the Sandinista Revolution. It focuses mainly on the years of armed struggle and on the exc...
We Make the Road By Walking: Conversations on education and social change
Horton, Myles; Freire, Paulo
Book
1990
Horton, the founder of the Highlander Folk School, and Freire, a Brazilian education leader, are from two different backgrounds, but their shared views on the use of participatory education in bringin...
What Difference Could a Revolution Make?: Food and Farming in The New Nicarauga
Collins, Joseph; with Lappe, Moore Frances; and Allen, Nick
Book
1982
Reports on the dramatic changes brought by the first three years of the Sandinista revolution.

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Artistry, Life and Revolution: The Best of What We Are - Book Review
Mulligan, Joseph E.
1998
The Best of What We Are—Reflections on the Nicaraguan Revolution by John Brentlinger (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1995), $18.95 paperback.