The sandinista Revolution

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The National Guard did not react well to these uprisings; many massacres came, and this made the general population angry. This gave the Sandinistas an advantage; they were gaining many recruits for their revolution, and the business class of Nicaragua supported the idea of ones again calling to a general national strike...
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The majority of the business class then decided that despite their Communist ideals, the Sandinistas were the best option that they had, and supported them. On July, 19, 1979 Somoza was forced to resign, and a forty-three year dynasty came to an end. The government was the turned over to the Council of National Reconstruction, which was selected by the Sandinistas...
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