The Triumph critical reading

The Triumph critical reading - Belen Cardenas Snodgrass The...

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Belen Cardenas Snodgrass The triumph 4/23/2009 The Nicaraguan revolution brought forth by the Sandinistas began with the correct ideas and was headed in the right direction. In theory, the goals of the revolution seemed like the ideal way to save the country from the repression of the corrupt Somosa dictatorship. It was a way to give the poor the freedom and rights that they deserved. The Sandinistas’ goal was to bring respect for the people of Nicaragua instead of death and violence to those who opposed the harsh dictatorship brought forth by the Somosa regime. However, the Sandinistas began focusing their attention more on power than to the aid of the country’s citizens. When they overthrew the Somosan government, there were no dictators left, and everyone was gone from the government office. The Sandinistas had no skill or knowledge in how to properly run a country. The country was in ruins because of the revolutions, and the Sandinistas were broke. The citizens, however; enjoyed the benefits and wasted money until the little treasury that was left was
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