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This is an examination of the political theory and ideology of some of Central America's most important radical thinkers, including non-Marxists. Chapters on individual Central American countries begin with historical introductions that emphasize the rise of radical activities and organizations. Essays based on published writings, interviews and analyses of their works then discuss each writer's personal ideology, social and political goals, and theories of society, State and institutions of power. Dr Liss also explores their relationship to social and political movements and contributions to the national intellectual life of the past and present.
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Sheldon B. Liss is Distinguished Professor of Latin American History at the University of Akron, where he teaches Latin American history and politics.
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