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 "Constructs a useful transnational framework to analyze the fragmentation of a once united territory into separate sociopolitical entities in the Central American region, and to show how this region has yet retained significant interconnectivity across those national boundaries. A valuable addition to the collections of most academic libraries."
--Choice

 “Provides substantive empirical and historical evidence to the idea that transnational dynamics were present in Central America since colonial times.”
--Bulletin of Latin American Research


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