Escape from Terror: Violence and Migration in Guatemala
Violence has permeated the Central American landscape for much of its history. Of the Central American republics, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Nicaragua have suffered most from violence in recent decades, and they are also the countries that have received the most scholarly attention. Recent analyses of violence have emerged from an array of disciplines ranging from ethnohistory to political economy and have focused on subjects as divergent as cold war politics and the problems of land tenure.'
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Latin American Research Review, v. 29, no. 2, p. 111-132.
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May, Rachel A. and Morrison, Andrew R., "Escape from Terror: Violence and Migration in Guatemala" (1994). Latin America and the Caribbean Studies Faculty Publications. 5.