El Salvador in the Eighties: Counterinsurgency and Revolution

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CHAPTER 1
1.
Ignacio Ellacuría, "Una nueva fase en el proceso salvadoreño", ECA: Estudios Centroamericanos ( Revista de extensión cultural de la Universidad Centroamericana José Simeón Cañas, San Salvador), 485 (marzo 1989).

CHAPTER 2
1.
For example, A. J. Bacevich et al., American Military Policy in Small Wars. The Case of El Salvador ( Cambridge, Mass.: John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, March 1988); John D. Waghelstein, "Post Vietnam Counterinsurgency Doctrine", Military Review ( Fort Leavenworth, Kan.) 65, no. 5 ( 1985).
2.
"Esta guerra no tiene una solución militar. Entrevista al colonel Mauricio Vargas", Pensamiento Propio ( Managua), 51 (junio 1988); Mariano Castro Morán, "Visión político militar de la guerra: Caso El Salvador", Presencia ( San Salvador), 3 (oct-dic 1988); Adolfo Arnoldo Majano, "Las fuerzas armadas en Centroamérica", Presencia, 3 (oct-dic 1988).
3.
In his various works on the war of liberation in Vietnam.
4.
The outline of these phases can be found in a book based upon the analysis made by the leadership of the FMLN. See Mario Lungo, El Salvador, 1981-1984: La dimensión politica de la guerra ( San Salvador: UCA Editores, 1985).
5.
Here my account is based on various analyses and declarations of FMLN leaders. See Joaquín Villalobos, "Acerca de la situación militar en El Salvador", Cuadernos Políticos ( México), 30 (oct-dic 1981); General Comandancia del FMLN , "Situación revolucionaria y esclada intervencionista. en la guerra salvadoreña", Ediciones Sistema Radio Venceremos ( México), 1984; Joaquin Vil lalobos , "El estado de la guerra y sus perspectivas", ECA, 449 (marzo 1986).
6.
Villalobos, "Acerca de la situación militar".
7.
General Comandancia del FMLN, "Situación revolucionaria y esclada intervencionista".

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction - The Continuing Significance of El Salvador 1
  • Glossary - The Most Important Salvadoran Acronyms 219
  • Notes 221
  • Index 231
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