Revolution, Literature and Motherhood

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History

 

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Calvin G

 

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March 4, 2011

 

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University

 

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A

 

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After assuming presidency, Zelaya puts restrictions on the inter-oceanic canal that the United States of America was planning on building in Nicaragua. The United States decided to take their business elsewhere to Panama. When Zelaya attempted to negotiate the building of the canal with other European nations, the United States intervened...
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When Zelaya attempted to negotiate the building of the canal with other European nations, the United States intervened. In 1909, Adolfo Diaz becomes president of Nicaragua. The United States takes control of the country's banks, trading zones, and railroads. In 1912 the Marines occupy Nicaragua in order to protect the conservative government and their capitalist interests...
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