Roots of U.S. Intervention in Central America
Program #CHON037. Recorded in Portland, OR on January 24, 1989.
The U.S. invasion of Panama and its continuing involvement in El Salvador, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Honduras are deeply rooted in our foreign policy. Chomsky traces the systematic pattern of U.S. intervention which he contends has promoted and served two goals: making the region safe for U.S. investment and thwarting independent development. The political, social and human consequences of these policies have been disastrous for the people of Central America and ultimately for the U.S. This program is a valuable tool for understanding our present and future relationship with Central America.
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