Honduras today serves as the primary U.S. military base in Central America. Though this country is vitally important strategically little is known of its history. The essays in this book offer readers a complete overview of Honduras's interesting and complex history, and a timely and well-informed picture of the present situation. Honduras includes published writings, translations of material previously only available in Spanish and commissioned pieces on the present day situation. This book takes a necessary look at this strategically important country.
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?Honduras: Portrait of a Captive Nation contains an extremely valuable and superbly edited collection of essays, most by Hondurans. For a comprehensive knowledge of Honduras's economics and politics and a solid cross-section of its social history, this is the best source. Its articles, representing diverse ideologies, constitute a powerful indictment of multifarious U.S. interventions.?-The Guardian
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