Papers, 1977-1990.


Papers, 1977-1990.

Journal and newspaper articles, publications, reports and other documents. And the effects of the civil war on the economy, politics, and social conditions of Nicaragua until the election of Violeta Chamorro as President in 1990. Major subjects include Ernesto Cardenal, Pedro Joaquin Chamorro, the Chamorro family, the Iran-Contra Affair, Alfred G. Cuzan, La Prensa newspaper, liberation theology and Daniel Ortega. The collection includes some runs of issues of La Prensa as well as the Sandinista-backed Barricada newspapers.

4055 pieces (4.28 cu. ft.)

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