Eyes open in Peru

Torrens, James. S.
March 1995
America;3/18/1995, Vol. 172 Issue 9, p3
Discusses various aspects concerning the social condition of Peru. Population growth rate; Consequences of the surplus in the labor force; Effects of the Maoist revolutionary movement initiated by the guerilla group Sendero Luminoso or the Shining Path; Human rights abuses of the government and the rebel forces; Policies and government administration of Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori; Role of the Catholic church.


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