Rebel Radio: The Story of El Salvador's Radio Venceremos

By José Ignacio López Vigil; Mark Fried | Go to book overview

the poor of the barrios. People who before had only Monsignor Romero's voice to speak for them will soon be able to speak for themselves. Let's listen to them. They have spent centuries waiting in line to have their say.


Footnotes
1
One of Santiago's pseudonyms.
2
Colonel Francisco Adolfo Castillo, undersecretary of defence, captured by the FMLN in 1982.
3
Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo, a twentieth-century scholar of the Spanish language.
4
Gen. René Emilio Ponce, head of the Salvadoran High Command.
5
Popular Liberation Forces, one of the member organisations of the FNEN.
6
Panamanian President Gen. Omar Torrijos.
7
Traditional Salvadoran dish of stuffed tortillas.
8
The National Union Federation of Salvadoran Workers
9
National Union of Salvadoran Workers, a broad-based federation of popular groups.
10
Colonel René Emilio Ponce, head of the Salvadoran Joint High Command
11
An American adventurer who invaded Central America in 1855 with an army of mercenaries.
12
San Salvador's largest shopping mall.
13
Gen. Maxwell Thurman, ex-commander of the U.S. Southern Command, headquartered in Panama.
14
Defence Minister Gen. Humberto Larios.
15
Members of National Resistance (RN), one of the five member organisations of the FMLN.
16
Salvadoran poet Roque Dalton, an ERP member and a bitter opponent of the sectarianism that rent the left in the 1970s, was murdered, apparently by his own organisation. After the murder, ERP dissidents left to found RN.
17
Leader of RN.

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