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The implementation of political violence by the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLM) has had an important impact on the struggle for democracy in El Salvador today
The implementation of political violence by the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLM) has had an important impact on the struggle for democracy in El Salvador today.
Bullets versus Ballots aims to help other nations deal more effectively with political violence. Summary, et. Military analysts, political scientists, scholars interested in political violence, and El Salvador area specialists will find this study extremely valuable. Geographic Name: El Salvador History 1979-1992. Corporate Name: Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional.
Sewall H. Menzel, Bullets Vs. Ballots: Political Violence and Revolutionary War in El Salvador, 1979–1991 (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1994), p. 22. Tozun Bahcheli, Barry Bartmann, and Henry Srebrnik; De Facto States: The Quest for Sovereignty, Routledge, (2004) online.
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Revolutionary violence emerged in the early 1970s in the context of an authoritarian. In book: Politics and History of Violence and Crime in Central America, p. 47-182. Cite this publication. She explains how widespread support among rural people for the leftist insurgency during the civil war in El Salvador challenges conventional interpretations of collective action.
The Revolutionary Government Junta of El Salvador (Spanish: Junta Revolucionaria de Gobierno, JRG) was the military dictatorship that ruled El Salvador between October 15, 1979 and May 2, 1982. It contained two colonels, Adolfo Arnaldo Majano Ramos and Jaime Abdul Gutiérrez Avendaño, and three civilians, Guillermo Ungo, Mario Antonio Andino and Román Mayorga Quirós. During its reign, the Revolutionary Government was the source of mass murder, torture, executions and unexplained disappearances.
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