Honduras: The Making of a Banana Republic

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Between The Lines, 1988 - Business & Economics - 166 pages
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"A thoughtful history of the people and social issues that define Honduras. The cultural side of developments, and an account of its dubious status as the archetypal banana republic."

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Faced with a changing situation that included a rise in crime and loss of human rights, Hondurans have raised a spirit of nationalism against America, argues Canadian journalist Acker in this timely ... Read full review

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A highly interesting history of Honduras, from prehistory to modern times, with heavy emphasis on the development of the "banana economy" in the nineteenth century and the tragedy of the American ... Read full review

Contents

Preface and Acknowledgements
9
An Introduction
11
Through Foreign Eyes
16
Copyright

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