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  1. Elective Affinities Between Sandinismo (as Socialist Idea) and Liberation Theology in the Nicaraguan Revolution.Jean-Pierre Reed - 2020 - Critical Research on Religion 8 (2):153-177.
    The history of the Nicaraguan Revolution has received considerable analytical attention. Typically, the successful overthrow of the Somoza regime in the late 1970s is associated with the Frente Sandinista de LiberaciĆ³n Nacional, a Marxist/socialist inspired vanguard group. While the role Christians played in the revolution is often acknowledged as a significant one, in part because many Sandinista cadres were Christian revolutionaries, little attention has been paid to the degree to which Sandinismo, as a unique perspective on socialism, shares elective affinities (...)
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