El Salvador's Civil War: A Study of Revolution

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Acronyms

AID

U.S. Agency for International Development

AIFLD

American Institute for Free Labor Development

ANDES

Asociación Nacional de Educadores Salvadoreños/National Association of Salvadoran Education Workers

ANEP

Asociación Nacional de la Empresa Privada/National Association of Private Enterprise

ANSESAL

Agencia Nacional de Seguridad Salvadoreña/

Salvadoran National Security Agency

ARENA

Alianza Republicana Nacionalista/Nationalist Republican Alliance

BIRI

Batallón de Infantería de Reacción Inmediata/Rapid Deployment Infantry Battalion

BPR

Bloque Popular Revolucionario/Popular Revolutionary Bloc

CIA

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency

CONARA

Comisión Nacional de Restauración de Areas/National Commission for Restoration of Areas

COPAZ

Comisión Nacional para la Consolidación de la Paz/National Commission for the Consolidation of Peace

CRM

Coordinadora Revolucionaria de Masas/Revolutionary Coordination of the Masses

DIA

U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency

ERP

Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo/People's Revolutionary Army

ESAF

El Salvador's Armed Forces

FAN

Frente Amplio Nacional/Broad National Front

FAPU

Frente de Acción Popular Unificada/United Popular Action Front

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Table of contents

  • El Salvador's Civil War - A Study of Revolution *
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1: Strategy and Revolution 1
  • 2: The Origins of El Salvador's Crisis 17
  • 3: Preparation for War 53
  • 4: Fighting Different Wars 73
  • 5: The Primacy of the Political 121
  • 6: Resolving the Conflict Through Negotiations 169
  • 7: Conclusion 197
  • Epilogue 213
  • Acronyms 215
  • Bibliography 219
  • Index 229
  • About the Book 242
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