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Central America : the future of the democratic revolution
THE FUTURE OF THE DEMOCRATIC REVOLUTION.
\"Americans are torn between two passions in the conduct of foreign policy: they wish to see democracy advance, and they wish their government to refrain from interfering in the internal affairs of other countries. The first is a reflection of our national ideals, the second represents a desire to see others emulate our democratic revolution on their own, without the kind of outside assistance than might throw into doubt the legitimacy and spontaneity of that revolution.
Both ideals are admirable, but in practice they cannot coexist, for the simple reason that the enemies of the democratic revolution join together to prevent its spread and to threaten it where it already exists.\"
Ledeen, Michael A.. (1984). Central America : the future of the democratic revolution ([No definido] ed.). Gulf and Caribbean Foundation.
- Ubicación:Colección general - 321.4 - L473c
- Edición:[No definido]
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- Fecha Publicación1984
- Editorial:Gulf and Caribbean Foundation
- Temas:DEMOCRACIA. CIENCIAS POLITICAS
- ISBN:[No definido]