Guatemala as Cold War History
Richard H. Immerman analyzes the United States intervention in Guatemala that took place in 1954. He argues that misperceptions led to that intervention and that those misperceptions later contributed to the Bay of Pigs fiasco.
Give Peace a Chance: A Review Essay, Richard H. Immerman
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