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History and Motivations of U.S. Involvement in the Control of the Peasant Movement in El Salvador–The Role of AIFLD In The Agrarian Reform Process

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Title: History and Motivations of U.S. Involvement in the Control of the Peasant Movement in El Salvador--The Role of AIFLD In The Agrarian Reform Process
Author: Carolyn Forche and Philip Wheaton
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Publish Year: 1980
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Paper discussing issues such as the history of crisis on the land, role of AIFLD in El Salvador: the UCS, interim years of IAF and Venezuela funding, managerial control of UCS: 1973-1977, the military coup and the Agrarian Reform Rationale, actual reports on the nature of the reform, and who is presently running the Agrarian Reform. Also includes appendices (A) organizational structure and (B) Mao of El Salvador: Areas of Repression.