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  1. Dobles’s Una burbuja en el limbo: Colonialism and The Dissident Artist
  2. Ann González
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  1. Borges juega con la literature confessional"Tema del traidor y del heroe" y "Deutches Requiem"
  2. D. Gene Pace
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  1. Urban Planning Characteristics In 16th Century Yucatan: “Regular” Grids For Idealized Repúblicas”
  2. Mark Lindsay
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  1. Espacios de con-tensión: el Yo, la danza y la literatura a finales del siglo XIX en Cuba
  2. Jorge Camacho
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  1. Venezuela’s Revocatorio
  2. Daniel Hellinger
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  1. The Human Tradition in Colonial Latin America ed. by Kenneth J. Andrien (review)
  2. Roland H. Ebel
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  1. The Cuba Reader: History, Culture, Politics ed. by Aviva Chomsky, Barry Carr, Pamela Maria Smorkaloff (review)
  2. Mariola Espinosa
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  1. Mexico: The End of the Revolution by Donald C. Hodges, Ross Gandy (review)
  2. Jurgen Buchenau
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  1. Haiti’s Predatory Republic: The Unending Transition to Democracy by Robert Fatton, Jr. (review)
  2. Kevin Meehan
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  1. The Night is Young. Sexuality in Mexico in the Times of AIDS by Héctor Carrillo (review)
  2. Rafael Hernández Rodríguez
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  1. Contentious Lives: Two Argentine Women, Two Protests, and the Quest for Recognition by Javier Auyero (review)
  2. Tina Hilgers
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  1. The Committed Word: Studies in Spanish American Poetry by Merlin H. Forster (review)
  2. Bruce Dean Willis
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  1. Capturing the Revolution: The United States, Central America and Nicaragua, 1961–1972 by Michael D. Gambone (review)
  2. Thomas M. Leonard
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  1. The Mexican Revolution, 1910–1940 by Michael J. Gonzáles (review)
  2. Edward H. Moseley
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  1. Democratization: Theory and Experience by Laurence Whithead (review)
  2. Kerstin Hamann
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  1. Conflicting Missions: Havana, Washington, and Africa, 1959–1976 by Piero Gleijeses (review)
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  1. A World Safe for Capitalism: Dollar Diplomacy and America’s Rise to Global Power by Cyrus Veeser (review)
  2. Gregory Weeks
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  1. Elusive Reform: Democracy and the Rule of Law in Latin America by Mark Ungar (review)
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  1. Books Received for Review
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