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  • Julio Bonilla

    The Shining Path of Peru eBook Ù Paperback ☆ David Scott Palmer The Shining Path of Peru Nothing in Peru’s past however prepared the country for Shining PathEvery once in a while someone comes along to change history making an impact His name is Abimael Guzmán Reynoso FASCINATING My dad is Peruvian and he has never told me about this


  • KCML

    The Shining Path of Peru eBook Ù Paperback ☆ David Scott Palmer The Shining Path of PeruI read this book a year ago It is a typical anti Communist Senderologist book but presents a relatively nuanced approach to the topic The Communist Party of Peru or famously known by the ominous name The Shining Path Sendero Luminoso in Spanish remains arguably one of the most reviled Guerrilla m


  • Andrew Pixton

    The Shining Path of Peru eBook Ù Paperback ☆ David Scott Palmer The Shining Path of PeruA collection of academic papers on the infamous Peruvian communist terrorist group Sendero Luminoso or Shining Path For someone who knows Peru and takes interest in these things it's an interesting read It was printed in '93 and so if it lacks anything it's a up to date analysis especially the Fujimori years and capture of its leader Abimael Guzman The group became really powerful during the eighties largely because the government underestimated it and had its own abuses and corruption when they finally did pursue the extremists The extremists were a part of PCP or Communist Party of Peru until the party kicked them out for their advocation of violenceThe papers analyze the history reasons for success reasons it didn't have success i


  • Carlos

    The Shining Path of Peru eBook Ù Paperback ☆ David Scott Palmer The Shining Path of PeruThis book suffers from too much compartmentalization Each author seeks to relate their own first hand knowledge during the couple of years they spent in a small village in the Peruvian Andes during the insurgency of Shining Path To the already knowledgeable reader this could have perhaps worked although the vast difference in style from chapter to chapter makes me doubt this but it failed totally for the unfamiliar reader looking to learn about the insurgency While the origins goals and weaknesses could be pieced together from all the different chapters it was than a little annoying having each chapter start a different timeplace without any chapter attempting to make a coherent whole of the development of the insurgency movement uite honestly I wouldn’t recommend this book expect to someone already thoroughly familiar with the history of Shining Path


  • Allison Claire

    The Shining Path of Peru eBook Ù Paperback ☆ David Scott Palmer The Shining Path of PeruIt's a good enough overview of Shining Path from someone who didn't know anybody about SP before but it suffers from the imo most common flaws of academic essay anthologies it repeats the same pointsThere's also no real engagement with people who were part of SP and there aren't any arguments in favor of it I think the criticisms of the movement the authors had were than fair but the book felt one sided as a whole