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Dependency And Marxism: Toward A Resolution Of The Debate by Ronald H. Chilcote1
The Fitful Republic by Juan E. Corradi2
Latin America : capitalist and socialist perspectives of development and underdevelopment by Ronald H. Chilcote3
The Battle for Guatemala: Rebels, Death Squads, and U.S. Power by Susanne Jonas5
Radical Thought In Central America by Sheldon B. Liss7
Marxism, Socialism, And Democracy In Latin America by Richard L. Harris8
Cuba In Transition: Crisis And Transformation by Sandor Halebsky9
The Cuban Revolution into the 1990s : Cuban perspectives by Centro de Estudios sobre ...10
The Latin American Left: From the Fall of Allende to Perestroika by Barry Carr11
Fidel!: Castro's Political and Social Thought by Sheldon B. Liss13
State And Society In The Dominican Republic (Latin American Perspectives Series) by Emelio Betances15
Capital, Power, And Inequality In Latin America (Latin American Perspectives Series) by Sandor Halebsky16
Indigenous Peoples In Latin America: The Quest For Self-determination by Hector Diaz Polanco18
The Left Strikes Back by James Petras19
People's Power: Cuba's Experience with Representative Government by Peter Roman20

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  1. Bitter Fruit: The Story of the American Coup in Guatemala by Stephen Schlesinger (1982)
  2. Shattered Hope: The Guatemalan Revolution and the United States, 1944-1954 by Piero Gleijeses (1991)
  3. Secret History: The CIA's Classified Account of Its Operations in Guatemala, 1952-1954 by Nick Cullather (1999)
  4. Testimony: Death of a Guatemalan Village by Victor Montejo (1987)
  5. Gift of the Devil: A History of Guatemala by Jim Handy (1984)
  6. Harvest of Violence: The Maya Indians and the Guatemalan Crisis by Robert M. Carmack (1988)
  7. The Guatemalan Military Project: A Violence Called Democracy (Pennsylvania Studies in Human Rights) by Jennifer Schirmer (1998)
  8. The Last Colonial Massacre: Latin America in the Cold War by Greg Grandin (2004)
  9. Shadows of Tender Fury: The Letters and Communiques of Subcomandante Marcos and the Zapatista Army of National Liberatio by Frank Bardacke (1995)
  10. Revolution In El Salvador: From Civil Strife To Civil Peace, Second Edition by Tommie Sue Montgomery (1982)
  11. Silence on the Mountain: Stories of Terror, Betrayal, and Forgetting in Guatemala by Daniel Wilkinson (2002)
  12. Guatemala: Eternal Spring, Eternal Tyranny by Jean-Marie Simon (1987)
  13. Rebel Radio: The Story of El Salvador's Radio Venceremos by Jose Ignacio Lopez Vigil (1994)
  14. Into the Quagmire: Lyndon Johnson and the Escalation of the Vietnam War by Brian VanDeMark (1991)
  15. Central America Inside Out: The Essential Guide to Its Societies, Politics, and Economies by Tom Barry (1991)

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