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  • Coming Home: Peace Without Complacency

    , by Margaret Randall

    Because of opinions expressed in several of my books, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service ordered me deported in October of 1985. The government invoked the 1952 McCarran-Walter Immigration and Nationality Act, accusing me of "being against the good order and happiness of the United (...)

  • Walking to the Edge: Essays of Resistance

    , by Margaret Randall

    "We cannot develop and print a memory." —Henri Cartier-Bresson Can I call it Alice’s story? All I knew were a few of the corners, tangled years sloughed off in memory.
    Alice was a (...)

  • Las hijas de Sandino: una historia abierta

    , by Margaret Randall

    Capitulo 13 SOFIA MONTENEGRO
    "¿Quién iba a confiar en una Montenegro?"
    Sofía Montenegro no aparece en Todas Estamos Despiertas. Cuando yo llegué a Nicaragua, justo después del triunfo de la victoria revolucionaria de 1979, su nombre no era uno de los que escuchaba mencionar repetidamente mientras (...)