The United States and Central America, 1944-1949: Perceptions of Political Dynamics

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Index
Affeld, William C.: Guatemala, 80, 83, 84, 104 - 05, 158
Aguado, Enoc: opposes Somoza ( 1944), 129; Independent Liberal Candidate, 134 - 36; opposition support, 142, 156
Aguirre y Salinas, Osmín, 154; Salvadoran coups, 55, 58; 1948 election, 68
Altamarino, Napoleon Vierra: 1944 election, 53, 56; 1948 election, 67
Arafia, Francisco Javier, 88; 1944 coup, 82-83; assassination, 100 - 01, 158; considered moderate, 95, 155, 158
Arbenz, Jacobo: 1944 coup, 82-83; Araña assassination, 100 - 01, 158; political ambitions, 101, 158; presidency, 103
Arévalo, Juan José, 12, 75, 103, 115; Araña assassination, 101, 158; communist issue, 85-92, 163; elected president ( 1945), 80-85
Argüello, Leonardo, 127, 148; elected president, ( 1947), 138 - 39, 143 - 44, 150; overthrow, 144 - 47, 150
Armas, Castillo: Araña assassination, 102
Avendáno, José Angel, 67
Ballesca, Jaime, 116
Barahona, Miguel Paz, 6
Barber, Willard F.: Guatemala, 93
Barrios, Justo Rufino, 76
Bennett, William Tapley, 11; Costa Rica, 34
Bernbaum, Maurice M., 11; Nicaragua, 144 - 48, 150, 156, 157, 165
Bogotá Conference, affect on: El Salvador, 66; Guatemala, 89; Nicaragua, 148
Bogran, Graciela: alleged communist, 116 - 17
Bolaños, Felipe Argüello, 135
Braden, Spruille, 11; Guatemala, 87-88, 104, 163; Honduras, 116; Nicaragua, 141 - 42
Brannon, Max, 59, 67
Briggs, Ellis O., 11; Nicaragua, 141, 144
Burns, Captain Thomas D.: Honduras, 111, 112, 126, 161
Bursely, Herbert F.: Honduras, 121 - 26, 155, 165
Byrnes, James E, 11; Costa Rica, 24; Guatemala, 98; Nicaragua, 140 - 41
Cabrera, Manuel Estrada, 76, 105
Calderón Guardia, Rafael, 21, 155; civil war ( 1948), 31, 35, 39, 163; congress ( 1946), 28; presidency, 17-18
Carias, Tiburcio, 6, 8, 12-13, 156, 160; communism, 117; protest against ( 1944 - 45), 11, 113, 115, 117, 125 - 26; support groups, 107 - 08

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Costa Rica 15
  • 2 - El Salvador 47
  • 3 - Guatemala 75
  • 4 - Honduras 107
  • 5 - Nicaragua 127
  • Conclusion 153
  • Appendix Biographical Sketches of U.S. Policymakers 167
  • Notes 177
  • Bibliography 201
  • Index 211
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