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Weakness & Deceit: U.S. Policy and El Salvador

by Raymond Bonner

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A note to yourself, hang on to this book. Amazon reviews praised it. Now, in 2015 when we are so focused on Central America and the immigration situation thie is especially important, showing the relationship between these countries and the United States. Wikipedia: the author in context as relates to thie book: "Bonner is best known as one of two journalists (the other was Alma Guillermoprieto of The Washington Post) who broke the story of the El Mozote massacre, in which some 900 villagers at El Mozote, El Salvador, were slaughtered by the Salvadoran army in December 1981" ( )
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