By Joseph Frazier
The wars that introduced us jointly are forgotten now. So are the teachings they need to have taught us. This publication is a reminder of both.
Peeling away academia and officialdom from the clash in El Salvador, featuring it because it fell at the backs of the Salvadoran humans, those who in some way by no means fairly mattered in lots of respectable eyes, from no matter what state these legitimate eyes may have peered.
These are snapshots of the underbelly of a principally forgotten battle that has wound up at the scrapheap with both forgotten conflicts. it's a ground’s eye view of that conflict and of what it did to the peasants, the warriors, the college youngsters and union leaders, the shopkeepers, the fishermen and artisans, the parish clergymen, the standard, unremarkable those that usually wound up in unmarked graves, and in addition at the edit room floor.
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El Salvador Could Be Like That: A Memoir of War and Journalism by Joseph Frazier