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Oklahoma paperback edition.
xiv, 289 pages ; 23 cm
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Originally published: Cambridge, Massachusetts : South End Press, 2005.
"This is a revised edition of Blood on the Border, Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz's memoir of her involvement in the Contra War of Nicaragua during the Reagan administration. This edition features an all-new afterword by the author. Blood on the Border completes Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz's memoir series that started with Red Dirt and continued with Outlaw Woman"-- Provided by publisher.
Prologue -- The road to Nicaragua runs through the Black Hills -- Starting over and finding the Sandinista revolution -- Desaparecidos -- A revolution is not a dinner party -- House arrest -- Culture shock -- Red Christmas -- A cruel spring -- Getting to know Rigoberta -- Drinking for courage -- International law, and international lawlessness -- Guide -- City of refuge -- Missionaries and mercenaries -- Refugees -- Quemada -- The final chapter : rednecks and Indian Country, again -- Epilogue.