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(Page 260) In presenting his argument Galeano divides his book into three parts.
This book does a exellent job in explaining the centuries of exploitation by the rich nations of the world and the effects on the local populations of Latin America.
Love this book, everything about it, its overview on Latin American history and the way it was written, great book.
Read with this in mind: Eduardo Galeano disavowed this book in a New York Times interview 5/23/14. The stars are for his insight, willingness to reexamine, and courage in coming... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Meg S
Definitely a great read as of 1970...most of my friends from Latin America read it back then...and the US is damned guilty in it... rightfully. Read morePublished 25 days ago by larry rose
Book is full of information and service provided was excellentPublished 2 months ago by Donald C. King
Even the author can't stand the book anymore hence his interview in the NY Times. I did enjoy the early history of colonization of South America.Published 3 months ago by mark twain
The five stars are for the research that went into this book. Although the author has no solutions to pose, it is worthwhile to make public the price that is paid in human misery... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer