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Rising to Rebellion

T.D. Allman, who died last month, reported on the U.S.-led repression of the guerilla insurgency in El Salvador in 1981, when America’s support for that country’s military dictatorship was at its height. “However diligently one searched for significance,” he wrote, “one found only terrorized, hapless people — abused, barefoot women with no food or medicine for their malnourished children; landless, jobless, illiterate men and boys fleeing for their lives from the ‘security forces’ of their own national government; mutilated bodies beside the road.”

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