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New Left Review I/164, July-August 1987


Tomás Borge

Tomás Borge on the Nicaraguan Revolution

The questions I want to ask basically concern the originality of the Nicaraguan revolution, which is very different from the Cuban revolution but in ways that are not altogether clear. We know that you don’t use the word socialism but the word Sandinism, but we don’t know exactly what this means. Is the originality of Sandinism just a question of every nation having its own historical tradition?

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