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The Soccer War

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Kapuscinski has witnessed 27 revolutions and coups. This is his account of the revolutions he has seen, a chronicle of the Third World establishing ... Show synopsis

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  • The Soccer War (Granta Books) – Mass-market paperback (1998)
    by Ryszard Kapuscinski, William Brand (Translator)

    The Soccer War

    Mass-market paperback, Granta Books
    1998
    English
    New edition. New edition.
    240 pages

    ISBN: 1862071063
    ISBN-13: 9781862071063

    Kapuscinski has witnessed 27 revolutions and coups. This is his account of the revolutions he has seen, a chronicle of the Third World establishing its independence and coming into its own. The book consists of more than 20 set pieces - narrative accounts of the revolutions in Algeria, Namibia, in the Congo, the revolutions in Tanzania, Kenya, the soccer war between El Salvador and Honduras, the overthrow of Allende - connected by an account of all the business undergone to make the stories possible in the first place: ... Show more

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rogerd

Soccer Wars

by rogerd on Aug 30, 2007

An insightful work revealing the human responses of impoverished minds nurtured by poverty yet faced with the need for respect and self esteem.

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