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La cultura política del sandinismo: nacimiento, desarrollo y realineamiento de una anomalía política centroamericana

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Tinelli, Giorgio (2016) La cultura política del sandinismo: nacimiento, desarrollo y realineamiento de una anomalía política centroamericana. [Thesis]

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Sandinista ideology and its political culture are born in 1927, with the refusal of the Pacto del Espino Negro by Augusto César Sandino, while its disappearance can be placed in 1999, date of the signature of the Liberal-Sandinista pact with which –effectively- the two main protagonist of nicaraguan politics at that time, Daniel Ortega and Arnoldo Alemán, halt the democratization process of Nicaragua, so putting on ice also its political development. Meanwhile, in the lapse of time between these two pacts, the most intense, feverish, dramatic and participated period of political history of the Central American country develops: an anti-imperialist guerrilla warfare ended in a bloodbath; a dynastic dictatorship of predatory authoritarianism for more than 40 years; a popular revolution that throws down the dictatorship; a decade of revolutionary government attacked by a counter-revolutionary war; an electoral defeat that will lead to a season of “pactismo” that will end the Sandinista anomaly and that will give an opening to something that we could consider –not with a certain difficulty- its pretence. The aim of this essay consists in analyzing how it has been possible that a political experience like the Sandinista Front , created not only for gaining power and for revolutionizing politically, socially and economically Nicaragua, but also for changing radically cultural, ethic and moral perspective of the country and its people, arrived being the contrary of what had been posed as the horizon to aspire...


Item Type:Thesis
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Tesis inédita de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Facultad de Ciencias Políticas y Sociología, leída el 04-02-2016

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González Marrero, Secundino
Uncontrolled Keywords:Cultura política, Nicaragua
Palabras clave (otros idiomas):Political culture, Nicaragua
Subjects:Social sciences > Sociology > Social theories
ID Code:38007
Deposited On:03 Jun 2016 13:02
Last Modified:03 Jun 2016 13:02

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