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Kevin Buckley. Panama: The Whole Story. Simon and Schuster. 1992. 304pp.

Michael L. Conniff. Panama and the United States: The Forced Alliance. University of Georgia Press. 2001. 220pp.

Michael L. Conniff. Black Labor on a White Canal: Panama, 1904-1981. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1985. 221pp.

Russell Crandall. Gunboat Democracy: U.S. Interventions in the Dominican Republic, Grenada, and Panama. Rowman & Littlefield. 2006. 255pp.

Lawrence O. Ealy. The Republic of Panama in World Affairs, 1903-1950. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1951. 207pp.

David N. Farnsworth; James W. McKenney. US-Panama Relations, 1903-1978: A Study in Linkage Politics. Westview Press. 1983. 313pp.

Daniel Goldrich. Sons of the Establishment: Elite Youth in Panama and Costa Rica. Rand McNally. 1966. 139pp.

Robert C. Harding. Military Foundations of Panamanian Politics. Transaction Publishers. 2001. 233pp.

David Howarth. Panama: Four Hundred Years of Dreams and Cruelty. McGraw-Hill. 1966. 297pp.

William J. Jorden. Panama Odyssey. University of Texas Press. 1984. 746pp.

R. M. Koster; Guillermo Sanchez. In the Time of the Tyrants: Panama, 1968-1990. W. W. Norton & Co.. 1991. 430pp.

John Lindsay-Poland. Emperors in the Jungle: The Hidden History of the U.S. in Panama. Duke University Press. 2003. 265pp.

Carlos Guevara Mann. Panamanian Militarism: A Historical Interpretation. Ohio University Center for International Studies. 1996. 221pp.

William David McCain. The United States and the Republic of Panama. Ayer Publishing. 1970. 278pp.

G. A. Mellander. The United States in Panamanian Politics: The Intriguing Formative Years. Interstate Printers & Publishers. 1971. 215pp.

Orlando J. Pérez (editor). Post-Invasion Panama: The Challenges of Democratization in the New World Order. Lexington Books. 2000. 177pp.

Alex Perez-Venero. Before the Five Frontiers: Panama, From 1821-1903. New York: AMS Press. 1978. 199pp.

Steve Ropp. Panamanian Politics: From Guarded Nation to National Guard. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1982. 151pp.

Christopher Ward. Imperial Panama: Commerce and Conflict in Isthmian America, 1550-1800. University of New Mexico Press. 1993. 272pp.

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