NICARAGUA: The Victors Organize

And their neighbors fear that the example may be contagious

"We call on you to organize, organize, organize. The more organized you are, the more difficult it will be for the counterrevolutionaries." All over newly liberated Nicaragua last week, people responded to Guerrilla Leader Humberto Ortega's appeal. From Chinandenga in the north to Rivas in the south, committees led by the Sandinista National Liberation Front (F.S.L.N.) began distributing food and providing medical care for the thousands wounded in the savage civil war against exiled Dictator Anastasio ("Tacho") Somoza Debayle. In Managua the...

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