Bernie, the Sandinistas, and America's long crisis of impunity
Or, the pros and Contras of relying on political reporters
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On Dec. 4, 1984, a dump truck carrying volunteer government coffee pickers was ambushed in northern Nicaragua. The attackers, rebel soldiers known as Contras, ripped through the tr…
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