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The Resource Guatemala in rebellion : unfinished history, edited by Jonathan L. Fried [and others]

Guatemala in rebellion : unfinished history, edited by Jonathan L. Fried [and others]

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Guatemala in rebellion : unfinished history
Title
Guatemala in rebellion
Title remainder
unfinished history
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jonathan L. Fried [and others]
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
972.81
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
index present
LC call number
F1466.5
LC item number
.G794 1983
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Fried, Jonathan L
  • Gettleman, Marvin E
  • Levenson-Estrada, Deborah
  • Peckenham, Nancy
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  • Guatemala
  • Guatemala
  • United States
  • Guerrillas
Label
Guatemala in rebellion : unfinished history, edited by Jonathan L. Fried [and others]
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 334-338) and index
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volume
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nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 2.
  • A miner's diary
  • by Luís Federico Castillo Mauricio
  • 28.
  • Fight the fare increase
  • by a resident of Guatemala City
  • 29.
  • Coke adds life?
  • by Robert Morris
  • 30.
  • Education can be a dangerous thing
  • The Mayas discover Spain
  • by Gilberto Castañeda
  • 31.
  • My country, let us walk together
  • by Otto René Castillo
  • ch. II.
  • Struggles in the countryside :
  • 32.
  • In Guatemala we Indians have no childhood
  • by Rigoberta Menchú
  • 33.
  • from the Annuals of the Cakchiquel
  • Fruits of progress : the Panzós and Spanish embassy massacres
  • by Nancy Peckenham
  • 34.
  • We are barefoot, but we are many : cartoon and excerpts from Del Sol a Sol
  • 35.
  • The road to liberty passes through organization
  • by J. Antonio Bran
  • ch. III.
  • The church engaged :
  • 36.
  • 3.
  • Blessing the powerful : an interview with Archbishop Casariego
  • 37.
  • A priest among the people : an interview with Father Celso
  • 38.
  • Religion and revolution : a Protestant voice
  • pt. 4.
  • The war in the 1980s :
  • ch. I.
  • Terror and counterinsurgency :
  • 39.
  • The domination of Indian women and the birth of the Ladino
  • Search and destroy in Chupol : daily life in occupied Guatemala
  • by an Indian woman and a Catholic priest
  • 40.
  • Guatemalan Indians crowd into Mexico to escape the widening war
  • by Marlise Simons
  • 41.
  • A guerrilla is captured, confesses, then escapes
  • by Emeterio Toj Medrano
  • ch. II.
  • People's revolutionary war and the guerrilla movement :
  • by Severo Martínez Peláez
  • 42.
  • The Foco experience : the guerrillas' first years
  • by Pablo Monsanto
  • 43.
  • The tiger of Ixcán
  • by Mario Payeras
  • 44.
  • Eight years of silent organizing
  • by the Organization of the People in Arms
  • 45.
  • 4.
  • Up in the mountains everything is different : perspectives of a subsistence agriculturalist
  • by Maria Lupe
  • 46.
  • The people become guerrillas
  • from Noticias de Guatemala
  • 47.
  • The Indian people and the Guatemalan revolution
  • by the Guerrilla Army of the Poor
  • 48.
  • Indian women in the revolution speak
  • Seventeenth-century colonialism : "a cheap and lazy way of living"
  • by Juana and Lucía
  • 49.
  • The revolution will end our people's repression : unity statement of the revolutionary organizations
  • by the Guatemalan National Revolutionary Unity
  • pt. 5.
  • The new Cold War & U.S. policy alternatives :
  • 50.
  • Guatemala through the eyes of Foggy Bottom
  • by the U.S. Department of State
  • 51.
  • by Thomas Gage
  • Strategic Guatemala : next red plum in the Hemisphere?
  • by Edward J. Walsh
  • 52.
  • Wrong Central American policy
  • by Wayne S. Smith
  • 53.
  • Elections : symbols of democracy?
  • by Nelson Santana
  • 54.
  • Did history lie when it promised peace and progress?
  • 5.
  • by Eduardo Galeano
  • Introduction
  • Eighteenth-century colonialism : "the Indians have an aversion to anything Spanish"
  • by Archbishop Cortés y Larraz
  • 6.
  • Indian rebellions 1524-1944
  • compiled by the editors
  • 7.
  • Land and labor after independence
  • by Alain Y. Dessaint
  • 8.
  • Debt labor in the 1940s
  • by Guillermo Toriello Garrido
  • by Maud Oakes
  • 9.
  • Colonial heir : the Indian community in the 1950s
  • by Eric Wolf
  • ch. II.
  • Reform and U.S. intervention, 1944-1954 :
  • 10.
  • A case history of U.S. subversion : Guatemala, 1954
  • by Max Gordon
  • 11.
  • pt. 1.
  • Whose intervention in Guatemala, whose conspiracy?
  • by John E. Peurifoy
  • 12.
  • The Kremlin out to destroy the inter-American system
  • by John Foster Dulles
  • pt. 2.
  • The counterrevolution takes hold :
  • ch. I.
  • A fertile investment opportunity :
  • 13.
  • Roots of revolution, from conquest to coup (1524-1954) :
  • To defend our way of life : an interview with a U.S. businessman
  • by Allan Nairn
  • 14.
  • The alliance for progress : the development program for the United States
  • by David Tobis
  • 15.
  • Guatemalan victims
  • by Frances Moore Lappé and Nick Allen
  • 16.
  • Guatemala : Central America's blue chip investment
  • ch. I.
  • by Allan Nairn
  • 17.
  • Guatemala : going bananas
  • by Roger Burbach and Patricia Flynn
  • ch. II.
  • Who rules Guatemala? :
  • 18.
  • The militarization of the Guatemalan state
  • by Gabriel Aguilera Peralta
  • 19.
  • The colonial legacy : a long present past, 1524-1944 :
  • Behind the facade of democracy : a liberal politician's last interview
  • by Manuel Colom Argueta
  • 20.
  • The army is apolitical
  • by General Romeo Lucas García, with a postscript by General Efraín Ríos Montt
  • 21.
  • A Guatemalan general's rise to power
  • by Raymond Bonner
  • 22.
  • Behind Guatemala's military power
  • 1. The Spaniards discover Guatemala
  • by the Institute for Policy Studies
  • ch. III.
  • How power is maintained :
  • 23.
  • We do not violate human rights in Guatemala
  • by General Romeo Lucas García
  • 24.
  • Guatemala : a government program of political murder
  • by Amnesty International
  • 25.
  • by Pedro de Alvarado
  • A pacification program for Guatemala
  • by General Efraín Ríos Montt
  • pt. 3.
  • The popular movement :
  • ch. I.
  • The urban context :
  • 26.
  • The Guatemalan trade union movement (1976-77)
  • by Miguel Angel Albizúrez
  • 27.
Control code
ocm09196905
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st Evergreen ed.
Extent
xxiii, 342 pages
Isbn
9780394532400
Lccn
83001420
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)09196905
Label
Guatemala in rebellion : unfinished history, edited by Jonathan L. Fried [and others]
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 334-338) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 2.
  • A miner's diary
  • by Luís Federico Castillo Mauricio
  • 28.
  • Fight the fare increase
  • by a resident of Guatemala City
  • 29.
  • Coke adds life?
  • by Robert Morris
  • 30.
  • Education can be a dangerous thing
  • The Mayas discover Spain
  • by Gilberto Castañeda
  • 31.
  • My country, let us walk together
  • by Otto René Castillo
  • ch. II.
  • Struggles in the countryside :
  • 32.
  • In Guatemala we Indians have no childhood
  • by Rigoberta Menchú
  • 33.
  • from the Annuals of the Cakchiquel
  • Fruits of progress : the Panzós and Spanish embassy massacres
  • by Nancy Peckenham
  • 34.
  • We are barefoot, but we are many : cartoon and excerpts from Del Sol a Sol
  • 35.
  • The road to liberty passes through organization
  • by J. Antonio Bran
  • ch. III.
  • The church engaged :
  • 36.
  • 3.
  • Blessing the powerful : an interview with Archbishop Casariego
  • 37.
  • A priest among the people : an interview with Father Celso
  • 38.
  • Religion and revolution : a Protestant voice
  • pt. 4.
  • The war in the 1980s :
  • ch. I.
  • Terror and counterinsurgency :
  • 39.
  • The domination of Indian women and the birth of the Ladino
  • Search and destroy in Chupol : daily life in occupied Guatemala
  • by an Indian woman and a Catholic priest
  • 40.
  • Guatemalan Indians crowd into Mexico to escape the widening war
  • by Marlise Simons
  • 41.
  • A guerrilla is captured, confesses, then escapes
  • by Emeterio Toj Medrano
  • ch. II.
  • People's revolutionary war and the guerrilla movement :
  • by Severo Martínez Peláez
  • 42.
  • The Foco experience : the guerrillas' first years
  • by Pablo Monsanto
  • 43.
  • The tiger of Ixcán
  • by Mario Payeras
  • 44.
  • Eight years of silent organizing
  • by the Organization of the People in Arms
  • 45.
  • 4.
  • Up in the mountains everything is different : perspectives of a subsistence agriculturalist
  • by Maria Lupe
  • 46.
  • The people become guerrillas
  • from Noticias de Guatemala
  • 47.
  • The Indian people and the Guatemalan revolution
  • by the Guerrilla Army of the Poor
  • 48.
  • Indian women in the revolution speak
  • Seventeenth-century colonialism : "a cheap and lazy way of living"
  • by Juana and Lucía
  • 49.
  • The revolution will end our people's repression : unity statement of the revolutionary organizations
  • by the Guatemalan National Revolutionary Unity
  • pt. 5.
  • The new Cold War & U.S. policy alternatives :
  • 50.
  • Guatemala through the eyes of Foggy Bottom
  • by the U.S. Department of State
  • 51.
  • by Thomas Gage
  • Strategic Guatemala : next red plum in the Hemisphere?
  • by Edward J. Walsh
  • 52.
  • Wrong Central American policy
  • by Wayne S. Smith
  • 53.
  • Elections : symbols of democracy?
  • by Nelson Santana
  • 54.
  • Did history lie when it promised peace and progress?
  • 5.
  • by Eduardo Galeano
  • Introduction
  • Eighteenth-century colonialism : "the Indians have an aversion to anything Spanish"
  • by Archbishop Cortés y Larraz
  • 6.
  • Indian rebellions 1524-1944
  • compiled by the editors
  • 7.
  • Land and labor after independence
  • by Alain Y. Dessaint
  • 8.
  • Debt labor in the 1940s
  • by Guillermo Toriello Garrido
  • by Maud Oakes
  • 9.
  • Colonial heir : the Indian community in the 1950s
  • by Eric Wolf
  • ch. II.
  • Reform and U.S. intervention, 1944-1954 :
  • 10.
  • A case history of U.S. subversion : Guatemala, 1954
  • by Max Gordon
  • 11.
  • pt. 1.
  • Whose intervention in Guatemala, whose conspiracy?
  • by John E. Peurifoy
  • 12.
  • The Kremlin out to destroy the inter-American system
  • by John Foster Dulles
  • pt. 2.
  • The counterrevolution takes hold :
  • ch. I.
  • A fertile investment opportunity :
  • 13.
  • Roots of revolution, from conquest to coup (1524-1954) :
  • To defend our way of life : an interview with a U.S. businessman
  • by Allan Nairn
  • 14.
  • The alliance for progress : the development program for the United States
  • by David Tobis
  • 15.
  • Guatemalan victims
  • by Frances Moore Lappé and Nick Allen
  • 16.
  • Guatemala : Central America's blue chip investment
  • ch. I.
  • by Allan Nairn
  • 17.
  • Guatemala : going bananas
  • by Roger Burbach and Patricia Flynn
  • ch. II.
  • Who rules Guatemala? :
  • 18.
  • The militarization of the Guatemalan state
  • by Gabriel Aguilera Peralta
  • 19.
  • The colonial legacy : a long present past, 1524-1944 :
  • Behind the facade of democracy : a liberal politician's last interview
  • by Manuel Colom Argueta
  • 20.
  • The army is apolitical
  • by General Romeo Lucas García, with a postscript by General Efraín Ríos Montt
  • 21.
  • A Guatemalan general's rise to power
  • by Raymond Bonner
  • 22.
  • Behind Guatemala's military power
  • 1. The Spaniards discover Guatemala
  • by the Institute for Policy Studies
  • ch. III.
  • How power is maintained :
  • 23.
  • We do not violate human rights in Guatemala
  • by General Romeo Lucas García
  • 24.
  • Guatemala : a government program of political murder
  • by Amnesty International
  • 25.
  • by Pedro de Alvarado
  • A pacification program for Guatemala
  • by General Efraín Ríos Montt
  • pt. 3.
  • The popular movement :
  • ch. I.
  • The urban context :
  • 26.
  • The Guatemalan trade union movement (1976-77)
  • by Miguel Angel Albizúrez
  • 27.
Control code
ocm09196905
Dimensions
24 cm
Edition
1st Evergreen ed.
Extent
xxiii, 342 pages
Isbn
9780394532400
Lccn
83001420
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps
System control number
(OCoLC)09196905

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