Rift and Revolution: The Central American Imbroglio

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Contributors
THOMAS P. ANDERSON is professor of history and politics at Eastern Connecticut State University. He has previously taught at Loyola University, Wheeling College, and Yale University. Among his books are Matanza: El Salvador's Communist Revolt of 1932; Human Rights in El Salvador; The War of the Dispossessed: Honduras and El Salvador, 1969; and Politics in Central America: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua.
ROLAND H. EBEL is associate professor of political science at Tulane University. He has conducted studies at both the national and the local levels in Guatemala, El Salvador, and Colombia. His publications include Political Modernization in Three Guatemalan Indian Communities; Perspectives on the Energy Crisis; "The Political Process in San Salvador"; "Four Towns in Colombia"; "Governing the City State: The Politics of the Small Latin American Countries"; "The Theory of the Post Agricultural Society"; and "Instability in Central America."
ERNEST EVANS is an assistant professor in the politics department at the Catholic University of America. He teaches courses in Latin American politics and in international relations. He is the author of Calling a Truce to Terror: The American Response to International Terrorism and of a number of articles on revolutionary movements.
MARK FALCOFF is resident fellow at the Center for Hemispheric Studies, American Enterprise Institute. He has taught at the Universities of Illinois, Oregon, and California ( Los Angeles) and was a national fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University, 1979-1980. His books include (with Ronald H. Dolkart) Prologue to Perón: Argentina in Depression and War, 1930-43 and (with Frederick B. Pike) The Spanish Civil War, 1936-39: American Hemisphere Perspectives.
THOMAS L. KARNES is professor of history at Arizona State University. He taught previously at Stanford and Tulane universities. His books include Failure of Union: Central America 1924-1960, William Gilpin,

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Preface xiii
  • Contributors xvii
  • PART ONE Introduction 1
  • PART TWO Domestic Dimensions of the Crisis 25
  • 2: The Historical Legacy and the Failure of Union 27
  • PART THREE International Dimensions of the Crisis 195
  • 11: U.S. Security and Latin America 329
  • 12: The Apple of Discord 360
  • Index 383
  • A NOTE ON THE BOOK *
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