People to People Diplomacy: The Wisconsin-Nicaragua Partners of the Americas, 1964-1985
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The purpose of this paper is to shed light on what the Wisconsin-Nicaragua Partners of the Americas are; why they were founded; and what they have done since that time until 1985. In addition to this, a chronological account of their efforts before the 1979 Nicaraguan Revolution has been given; the trials and tribulations they faced after stemming from the political climate between the United States and Nicaragua will be explored; and how they attempted to overcome those issues has been included.
Humanitarian assistance, American--Nicaragua
Wisconsin-Nicaragua Partners of the Americas, Inc.
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