Nicaragua: The Imagining of a Nation : from Nineteenth-Century Liberals to Twentieth- Century Sandinistas


At the nexus of politics, sociology, development studies, nationalism studies and Latin American studies, this work takes Nicaragua as a case study to engage and advance upon on Benedict Anderson's ideas on the origins and spread of nationalism.


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