The Long War: Dictatorship and Revolution in El Salvador

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CONTENTS
Introduction1 10000***
1 The Rise of the Oligarchy7
2 The Crisis of the 1930s15
3 Militarism Readjusted32
4 The Failure to Modernise45
5 'Repression with Reforms'72
6 The Rise of the Left87
7 The Model in Crisis103
8 The Impact of Nicaragua119
9 Revolution and Reaction132
10 Civil War162
Conclusion206
Notes215
Select Bibliography231
Appendix One: Chronology236
Appendix Two: The Landed Oligarchy241
Appendix Three: Glossary of Major Organisations245
Appendix Four: The Organisation of the Opposition249
Appendix Five: Protecting Civilisation251
Index256

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