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The Dominican crisis : the 1965 Constitutionalist revolt and American intervention / Piero Gleijeses, translated by Lawrence Lipson.


Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, [1978] .
ISBN 0801820251, 9780801820250

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Standard Title Crise dominicaine. English
Subjects Dominican Republic -- History -- Revolution, 1965.
Dominican Republic -- Politics and government -- 1961-
Dominican Republic -- Relations -- United States.
Dominican Republic.
EE. UU. -- Relaciones (generales) con República Dominicana.
États-Unis -- Relations -- République dominicaine.
International relations.
Politics and government
República Dominicana -- Política y gobierno -- 1961.
República Dominicana -- Relaciones (generales) con EE. UU.
République dominicaine -- Histoire -- 1965 (Révolution)
République dominicaine -- Politique et gouvernement -- 1961-
République dominicaine -- Relations -- États-Unis.
United States -- Relations -- Dominican Republic.
United States.
Description xiii, 460 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1978]
©1978
Notes "Originally published as La Crise Dominicaine, 1965, thesis no. 240 of the University of Geneva, University Institute of Advanced International Studies, by A.G. Battaia, Milan, 1973."
Includes bibliographical references (pages 427-450) and index.
Contents Preface -- An outline of Dominican history from "discovery" to the death of Trujillo (30 May 1961) -- "Nicaraguization" or democratization? From the death of Trujillo (30 May 1961 to the establishment of the second council of state (18 January 1962) -- The provisional government of the council of state (18 January 1962-27 February 1963) and the constitutional government of Juan Boasch (27 February 1963-25 September 1963) -- The triumvirate (25 September 1963-24 April 1965) -- The countercoup (24 April 1965, from noon to midnight) -- From countercoup to civil war (25 April 1965, from midnight to four in the afternoon) -- The balance of power at the outbreak of the civil war (the evening of 25 April) -- The civil war (until dawn of 27 April) -- San Isidro's gamble fails (from dawn of 27 April to the afternoon of 28 April) -- The triumph of might (the "solution" of the crisis. Its immediate aftermath: the provisional government of García Godoy) -- The pax Americana -- Post Scriptum -- Appendix I: The United States and the assassination of Trujillo -- Appendix II: The Dominican far left from its beginnings until January-February 1962 -- Appendix III: Art Buchwald and the "humanitarian" intervention.
Genre History.
Geographic Area United States
Dominican Republic
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3630944
(OCoLC)ocm03630944
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gleijeses, Piero.
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