Life Stories of the Nicaraguan Revolution

Life Stories of the Nicaraguan Revolution

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ISBN-13: 9780415902113
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 02/22/1990
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.00(d)

Table of Contents

I: Preface and Introduction II: Political Lives 1. Reinaldo Téfal: Minister-President, Nicaraguan Institute for Social Security and Social Welfare (INSSBI) 2. Violetta Chamorro: Owner and Publisher of Anti-government Newspaper La Prensa 3. Doris Maria

Tijerino: Chief of National Police 4. Lino Hernández: President of Anti-government Human Right Commission 5. Leticia Herrera: National Coordinator, Sandinista Defence Committees 6. Manuel Calderón: Political Ideology, Ministry of the Interior (MINT) 7. Gilberto Cuadra:

President of the Anti-government Superior Council of Private Enterprise 8. Verónica Cáceres: Psychology Professor, National University (UNAN) 9. Maribel Duriez: Graduate Student and Sandinista Activist, UNAN III: Religious Lives 1. Luz Beatriz Arellano: Franciscan Nun,

Associate Director of the Antonio Valdivieso Ecumenical Center 2. C&3233sar Gómez: Hardware Store Employee, and Member of Christian Base Community 3. Juvencio Salgado: Secondary School Student and Member of Christian Base Community 4. Oswaldo Mondragón: Rector of the Purisima

Seminary and Spokesman for Traditional Catholic Church 5. Miriam Lazo: Founder and overall Coordinator of Child Care Facilities and Rehabilitation Centers for INSSBI 6. Vidaluz Meneses: Poet, Associate Minister of Culture 7. Lidia Saavedra: Mother of President Daniel Ortega Saavedra

8. Sturdie Downs: Anglican Archbishop of Diocese of Nicaragua IV: Survivors 1. Ernesto Flores: Uprooted Campesino, Former Woodcutter, Relocated to City 2. Guihermina Fiedler: Owner of Small Private Business, and Member through marriage of German Immigrant Community 3. Maria

Morga and Marlene Rocha: Campesinas, Domestic Workers in the City 4. Ariel Durán: Physician and Head of Patient Services, Manolo Morales hospital in Managua 5. Nubia Gómez: Elementary School Teacher and Principal 6. Maurico Rocha and Carmen Blandón: Unemployed Bartender

and his Mother-in-law, who works as a Laundress 7. Adán Torres: Retired Handyman, emigrating to the U.S. 8. Aida Gutierrez: High School Senior studying to be a Nurse Afterword

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