Anti-Intervention Handbook
Canadians and the Crisis in Central America

Cockburn, Don
Publisher:  Latin American Working Group, Toronto, Canada
Year Published:  1985  
Pages:  39pp  
Resource Type:  Book
Cx Number:  CX3155

Abstract:  Produced early in 1985, the ANTI-INTERVENTION HANDBOOK addresses the issue of American government interference in Central America. It includes descriptions and analysis on questions such as "What are the social, economic, and political causes of the current struggles in Central America? ?" What is the natrue of the Nicaraguan revolutin and what kind of democracy is being built?", "How democratic is the Durate regime, and what is the status of the war in El Salvador?", "What are the U.S. plans for the region and what form is intervention taking?", "Where does the Canadian government stand on the issues?"

A section describes actions that Canadians can take to oppose American intervention in Central America.



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