Nicaragua's Other Revolution: Religious Faith and Political Struggle

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Index
AFALIT, 131
Agrarian reform, 29, 94-95, 157, 166
Agreement of the People, 44-46
Aguirre, Gilberto, 131
AIFLD (American Institute for Free Labor Development), 195; Free Trade Union Institute of, 195
Algerian Revolution, 4
Alliance for Progress, 50
Alvarez, Carmelo, 113
Alves, Rubém, 83, 84, 115
American Revolution, 7, 25, 46, 58- 61; drive behind, 9; theory of society connected with, 28; distinction between Nicaraguan Revolution and, 30-32; and English revolution, 48, 49, 58; and Enlightenment thought, 65
Anabaptism, 74
Anglican church, 10, 48; and Puritans, 36-39, 41, 54, 58; in England's North American colonies, 56, 58, 59
Arbenz, Jacobo, 15
Arce, Bayardo, 209
ARDE (Alianza Revolucionaria Democrática), 222
Argentina, 117, 118, 177-78
Argüello, Alvaro, 153
Argüello, Roberto, 168, 171, 182
Arias Caldera, José, 175
Aristocracy, 10, 28
Aristotle, 23-24, 26
Arminians, 41
Arns, Paulo Evaristo, 226
Assembly of God217
ATC (Asociación de Trabajadores Campesinos), 125, 126, 139
Athens: democracy in, 23, 25, 26
Authoritarianism, 10, 21, 74, 84; in seventeenth-century England, 33- 34, 49; and the Reformation, 143; and CEBS, 159
Bailyn, Bernard, 60
Baldwin, Alice M., 58
Baltodano, Emilio, 171
Baptist Convention of Nicaragua, 20
Baptists, 56; and missionary activity in Latin America, 81, 82, 87
Barni, Julián, 172, 173, 182
Barricada, 169, 172, 213
Barrientos, Alberto, 114
Barrios, Justo Rufino, 67
Batalla, Manuel, 174
Batista, Fulgencio, 3
Bay of Pigs invasion (1961), 3-4, 50, 116, 178
Belzúnegui, Pedro, 174
Bermúdez, Enrique, 230
Berryman, Phillip, 156
Bible, 37-39, 47, 55, 57; distribution of, 66, 81, 216; authority of, 86; Catholics and reading of, 88, 144; Protestants and reading of, 97, 99; Revolutionary Christian Movement and study of, 122, 238, 241
Bill of Rights ( England), 48
Boland amendment, 196
Boland-Zablocki amendment, 196
Bonafacio, Father, 119
Borge, Tomás, 30, 183, 187, 214

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