Nicaragua: The Imagining of a Nation: From Nineteenth-Century Liberals to Twentieth-Century Sandinistas

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Analyzing Nicaragua's post-colonial history, the author studies the Sandinista Revolution in the context of Nicaragua's ongoing efforts at nation-building. At the nexus of politics, sociology, development studies, nationalism studies and Latin American studies, this work takes Nicaragua as a case study to engage and advance upon on Benedict Anderson's ideas on the origins and spread of nationalism and illustrates his theories on nations as imagined political communities. The author provides an account of how nationalism has ...

Nicaragua: The Imagining of a Nation: From Nineteenth-Century Liberals to Twentieth-Century Sandinistas 2005, Algora Publishing

ISBN-13: 9780875863924

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