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Guatemala Guatemala geography, demographics, economy, modern history to 1994
Guatemala Documentation Project, National Security Archives 
CIA Incursions Throughout the World - Guatemala
1954: Behind the CIA Guatemala Coup In 1954, the CIA instigated a coup in Guatemala that ousted President Jacobo Arbenz and strangled the country's nascent democracy.
CIA Death Lists & Guatemala's 'Killing Fields' Since the CIA sponsored coup in 1954, the CIA pressed to make Guatemala a "killing field" for suspected communists
la reconquista de Guatemala
Human rights resources
Books:
  Harbury, Jennifer. 1994. Bridge of Courage: Interviews of Indian victims of repression. Common Courage Press, Monroe Maine.
  Haugaard, Lisa. 1996. Admissions and Omissions: Dark Truths About The CIA's Involvement In Guatemala. In These Times 20 (18): July 22-Aug 4, 1996.
  Jonas, Susanne. 1991. The Battle for Guatemala: Rebels, Death Squads, and U.S. Power. Westview Press. Boulder CO.
  Menchu, Rigoberta. 1984. I, Rigoberta Menchu. The personal story of the Nobel Laureate who, after the separate murders of her father, brother and mother, helped organize Mayan resistance. Verso, London.
  North American Council on Latin America. 1996. An Interview with Rigoberta Menchu Tum. A February update.
  NACLA Report On The Americas. 29(6): May/June, 1996. New York.
  Painter, James. 1989. Guatemala: False Hopes, False Freedom. Catholic Institute for International Relations, London.
  Schlesinger, Stephen and Stephen Kinzer. 1983. Bitter Fruit: The Untold Story of the American Coup in Guatemala. Anchor Press/Doubleday, Garden City, New York.
  (see Latin America, intelligence)

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