Nicaragua country studies

Nicaragua country studies

Acknowledgments
Preface
History
History - Precolonial Period
Colonial Period, 1522-1820
Colonial Rule
National Independence, 1821-57
Foreign Intervention, 1850-68
Conservative and Liberal Regimes, 1858-1909
United States Intervention, 1909-33
The Somoza Era, 1936-74
The Rise of the Fsln
End of the Anastasio Somoza Debayle Era
The Sandinista Revolution
The Sandinista Years, 1979-90
Growth of Opposition, 1981-83
Institutionalization of the Revolution, 1984
The Regional Peace Effort
The Uno Electoral Victory
Geography
Climate
Environment
The Society
Population
Class Structure
Social Conditions
Education
Health
Family
Women
Religion
Caribbean Society
The Economy
The Economy - Historical Background
Nationalization and the Private Sector
Finance
Labor
Industry
Mining
Agriculture
Crops
Livestock
Fishing and Forestry
Government
The Chamorro Government
The Constitution
Politics
The National Opposition Union (Uno) Coalition
Small Non-Uno Parties
Sandinista National Liberation Front
The Ex-Contras and Recontras
Labor Organizations
Producers' Groups
The Church
The Universities
The Media
Foreign Relations
Relations with the United States
Relations with Central American Countries
Bibliography

http://www.nicaragua.com/
https://www.nytimes.com/topic/destination/nicaragua


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