History of Nicaragua, Precolonial Period

History of Nicaragua, Precolonial Period

by Uzo Marvin

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History of Nicaragua, Precolonial Period by Uzo Marvin

Throughout its history, Nicaragua has suffered from political instability, civil war, poverty, foreign intervention, and natural disasters. Governments since colonial times have been unable to bring stability and sustainable economic growth. Personal and foreign special interests have generally prevailed over the national interests, and foreign intervention in Nicaraguan political and economic affairs, especially by the United States, has resulted in various forms of populist and nationalist reactions. The legacy of the past can be seen today in the attitudes toward foreign influence. Although the upper and middle classes tend to emulate North American life-styles and be supportive of United States policies, the Nicaraguan poor are highly suspicious of the culture and political intentions of the United States

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BN ID: 2940153104744
Publisher: Sonit Education Academy
Publication date: 06/29/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 538 KB

About the Author

Hi readers, welcome to my profile, I am Uzo, a historian and sport writer, read my books on history of different ethnics, tribes and culture of different environment, I will be updating you with history books,

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