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Nicaragua, A History of US Intervention And Resistance

The latest book by labor and human rights attorney, Daniel Kovalik, Nicaragua: A History of US Intervention & Resistance (2023, Clarity Press, 292 pages), is a worthy addition to the author’s collection of works on countries targeted by U.S. imperialism, such as Venezuela, Russia, and Iran. While giving readers a thoughtful and much fuller picture than one can glean from the corporate media, this volume tells an engaging tale based on personal experience and extensive research.


Dan Kovalik is an author, activist and labor attorney. Follow him on Facebook and Twitter.

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Nicaragua: A History of U.S. Intervention & Resistance

Book Review:  Nicaragua, A History of US Intervention & Resistance, by Daniel Kovalik

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