Doris Tijerino: inside the Nicaraguan Revolution as told to Margaret randall
by Tijerino, Doris as told to Margaret Randall, translated from the Spanish by Elinor Randall
Vancouver: New Star Books, 1978. Paperback. 176p., map, photos, illustrations, personal inscription to Betty [Elder Thomas] signed Margaret [Randall] very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. First-person exposé of Samoza and the repression of the Nicaraguan people co-written by Randall, an activist/author/photograph who has done extensive work in Latin America and Spain. Personal rousing inscription to lawyer/activist Betty Elder Thomas, wife of Piri Thomas. From His collection. (Inventory #: 206146)
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