Turning the Tide: US Intervention in Central America & the Struggle for Peace (2020)

Turning the Tide: US Intervention in Central America & the Struggle for Peace Noam Chomsky Turning the Tide US Intervention in Central America the Struggle for Peace Shows how U S Central American policies implement broader US economic military and social aims even while describing their impact on the lives of people in Central America
  • Title: Turning the Tide: US Intervention in Central America & the Struggle for Peace
  • Author: Noam Chomsky
  • ISBN: 9780896082663
  • Page: 264
  • Format: Paperback
Turning the Tide: US Intervention in Central America & the Struggle for Peace Noam Chomsky Shows how U.S Central American policies implement broader US economic, military, and social aims even while describing their impact on the lives of people in Central America.
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  1. Jesus Galindo

    I am the proud son of immigrants The majority of my friends, students, and co workers were not born in the United States I live in a city that makes you feel like you are a member of the United Nations UN Going to my supermarket is always an adventure Within the span of one aisle, five or different Spanish dialects usually make their way through my ear canals I am grateful to live in a country where I can eat pupusas on Monday, tostones on Wednesday, and Menudo on Sunday or all of these scrumpt [...]

  2. Simon Wood

    RHETORIC AND REALITY I recall reading an interview with Noam Chomsky where he said he once awoke to what he thought was an actual earthquake, but upon investigating it turned out that the vast columns of books in his study had toppled over the domino effect This speak volumes for the vast amount of research that goes into Chomsky writings The endnotes in themselves are a vital resource pointing the inquisitive reader to a vast array of sources for those interested in how the world operates in re [...]

  3. William Brandon III

    Stunning in its honesty regarding atrocities perpetrated in the name of Imperial dominance The truly disturbing part of reading this text 20 years after it s publication is that most people are STILL completely ignorant regarding US manipulation of foreign governments and brutality in the name of hegemony This book is also an excellent primer on the absurdity and insanity of the Cold War and it s proxy violence The US has a 200 year history of state terrorism, and this is a peek into one if it s [...]

  4. Barbie

    To understand current US foreign relations and actions, one must look to the playground the poor and unsuspecting Latin American countries people provided for US experiments in gun boat diplomacy and the spread of predatory democracy This book provides those key historical contexts and discussions one does not receive in the usual classroom in the US.

  5. Leonardo

    una larga historia de las intervenciones militares de Estados Unidos en Am rica Latina y, en especial en Centroam rica.Imperio P g.135

  6. LoLo

    Facinating and disturbing insight into the confluence of capitalism and colonialism, military industrial complex, and the massive gains the powerful minority have made by keeping the masses in the darkwritten in the 80 s, it is surprisingly alarmingly relevant today.

  7. Haley

    Eye opening as usual Read if you ever feel like being angry Probably especially interesting to those with background on the histories of Central American countries or Cold War politics.

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