The Long War: Dictatorship and Revolution in El Salvador

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Chapter 1
1.
The best survey of the early development of the republics is Edelberto Torres Rivas , 'Sintesis Histórica del Proceso Politico' in Centroamérica Hoy ( Mexico 1976) pp. 9-118.
2.
David Alejandro Luna, Manual de Historia Económica de El Salvador ( San Salvador 1971) pp. 202-3. See also Eduardo Colindres, "Periodos de la historia económica de El Salvador" ( Estudios Centroamericanos, XXXI, no. 329, March 1976).
3.
'Acuerdo Legistativo, Diario Oficial, 26 Feb. 1881, quoted in David Browning , El Salvadon: Landscape and Society ( Oxford 1971) p. 205; Luna, pp. 182 ff. reprints the major laws of expropriation.
4.
Quoted in Torres Rivas, p. 91.
5.
United States, National Archive, 'Dispatches from US Ministers to Central America, 1824-1903', quoted in Robert B. Elam, 'Appeal to, Arms: The Army and Politics in El Salvador, 1931-64' (unpublished PhD, University of New Mexico 1968) p. 8.
6.
Everett Alan Wilson, 'The Crisis of National Integration in El Salvador, 1919-35' (unpublished PhD, Stanford University 1970) p. 38.
7.
La Patria, 30 Sept. 1929, quoted in Wilson, p. 187.

Chapter 2
1.
Quoted in Thomas P. Anderson, Matanza. El Salvador's Communist Revolt, of 1932 ( Lincoln, Nebraska 1971) p. 17, from interviews contained in Joaquin Wndez, Los Sucesos Comunistas en El Salvador ( San Salvador 1932).
2.
Quoted in Arthur Ruhl, The Central Americans ( New York 1927) p. 189.
3.
Quoted in Wilson, pp. 225-6.
4.
Ciro F. Cardoso and Héctor Pérez Brignoli, Centro América y la Economia Occidental (1520-1930) ( San José 1977) p. 294; Ralph Lee Woodward Jnr , Central America: A Nation Divided ( New York 1976) pp. 185-6.
5.
NACLA, Yanqui Dollar ( Berkeley 1972) pp. 3-10.
6.
Chester Lloyd Jones, Costa Rica and Civilization in the Caribbean ( Madison 1935) p. 159.
7.
For various examples see Scott Nearing and Joseph Freeman, Dollar Diplomacy. A Study in American Imperialism

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