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Review: After the Fall: Recent Scholarship on Nicaragua and the Revolution
Reviewed Works: Education as Contested Terrain: Nicaragua, 1979-1993 by Robert F. Arnove; La Mistica de Sandino by Alejandro Bendana; The Best of What We Are: Reflections on the Nicaraguan Revolution by John Brentlinger; Managing Democracy in Central America, A Case Study: United States Election Supervision in Nicaragua, 1927-1933 by Thomas J. Dodd; Revolution and the Multiclass Coalition in Nicaragua by Mark Everingham; The Sandinista Legacy: Lessons from a Political Economy in Transition by Ilja Luciak; The Undermining of the Sandinista Revolution by Gary Prevost, Harry E. Vanden; Nicaragua: A Country Study by Tim L. Merrill; The Fall and Rise of the Market in Sandinista Nicaragua by Phil Ryan; Capitalists and Revolution in Nicaragua: Opposition and Accomodation, 1979-1993 by Rose Spalding; The State and Domestic Agricultural Markets in Nicaragua: From Interventionism to Neo-Liberalism by Max Spoor; Nicaragua without Illusions: Regime Transition and Structural Adjustment by Thomas W. Walker; Rascally Signs in Sacred Places: The Politics of Culture in Nicaragua by David E. Whisnant; Theory in the Practice of the Nicaraguan Revolution by Bruce E. Wright
Review by: John A. Booth
Latin American Research Review
Vol. 35, No. 1 (2000), pp. 219-226
Published by: The Latin American Studies Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2692065
Page Count: 8
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