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Duarte: My Story

by José Napoleón Duarte

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Occasionally in a nation's history, a leader of exceptional ability arises at a moment of crisis and changes that nation's destiny. Jose Napoleon Duarte, the first truly elected president of El Salvador, is such a man. And the history he is making is the establishment of democracy in an impoverished, communist-threatened Central American country. This is Duarte's own book--the full, candid, emotional autobiography of his twenty-five-year struggle against the two tyrannies that threaten his people: the violent Marxist guerrillas and the extreme Right, both fighting to turn back the clock.… (more)
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Occasionally in a nation's history, a leader of exceptional ability arises at a moment of crisis and changes that nation's destiny. Jose Napoleon Duarte, the first truly elected president of El Salvador, is such a man. And the history he is making is the establishment of democracy in an impoverished, communist-threatened Central American country. This is Duarte's own book--the full, candid, emotional autobiography of his twenty-five-year struggle against the two tyrannies that threaten his people: the violent Marxist guerrillas and the extreme Right, both fighting to turn back the clock.

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