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Richard Newbold Adams. Crucifixion by Power: Essays on Guatemalan National Social Structure, 1944-1966. University of Texas Press. 1970. 553pp.

Frank M. Afflitto; Paul Jesilow. The Quiet Revolutionaries: Seeking Justice in Guatemala. University of Texas Press. 2007. 206pp.

Wayne M. Clegern. Origins of Liberal Dictatorship in Central America: Guatemala, 1865-1873. University Press of Colorado. 1994. 166pp.

Paul J. Dosal. Power in Transition: The Rise of Guatemala's Industrial Oligarchy, 1871-1994. Praeger. 1995. 223pp.

Edward F. Fischer; R. McKenna Brown (editors). Maya Cultural Activism in Guatemala. University of Texas Press. 1996. 245pp.

Woodman B. Franklin. Guatemala: Bibliography. Clio Press. 1981. 109pp.

Virginia Garrard-Burnett. Protestantism in Guatemala: Living in the New Jerusalem. University of Texas Press. 1998. 248pp.

Piero Gleijeses. Shattered Hope: The Guatemalan Revolution and the United States, 1944-1954. Princeton University Press. 1992. 464pp.

Greg Grandin. The Blood of Guatemala: A History of Race and Nation. Duke University Press. 2000. 343pp.

Jim Handy. Gift of the Devil: A History of Guatemala. South End Press. 1984. 324pp.

Jim Handy. Revolution in the Countryside: Rural Conflict and Agrarian Reform in Guatemala, 1944-1954. UNC Press. 1994. 272pp.

Richard H. Immerman. The CIA in Guatemala: The Foreign Policy of Intervention. University of Texas Press. 1982. 291pp.

Susanne Jonas. The Battle for Guatemala: Rebels, Death Squads, and U.S. Power. Westview Press. 1991. 288pp.

William George Lovell. Conquest and Survival in Colonial Guatemala: A Historical Geography of the Cuchumatán Highlands, 1500-1821. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2005. 302pp.

David McCreery. Rural Guatemala, 1760-1940. Stanford University Press. 1994. 450pp.

Diane M. Nelson. A Finger in the Wound: Body Politics in Quincentennial Guatemala. University of California Press. 1999. 427pp.

Adriaan C. van Oss. Catholic Colonialism: A Parish History of Guatemala, 1524-1821. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 268pp.

Victor Perera. Unfinished Conquest: The Guatemalan Tragedy. University of California Press. 1995. 297pp.

Mario Rosenthal. Guatemala: The Story of an Emergent Latin-American Democracy. Twayne. 1962. 327pp.

Stephen Schlesinger; Stephen Kinzer. Bitter Fruit: The Story of the American Coup in Guatemala. David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. 2005. 330pp.

Ronald M. Schneider. Communism in Guatemala, 1944-1954. Praeger. 1958. 350pp.

Norman B. Schwartz. Forest Society: A Social History of Petén, Guatemala. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1990. 367pp.

Stephen M. Streeter. Managing the Counterrevolution: The United States and Guatemala, 1954-1961. Ohio University Center for International Studies. 2000. 384pp.

Douglass Sullivan-González. Piety, Power, and Politics: Religion and Nation Formation in Guatemala, 1821-1871. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1998. 182pp.

Michelle Tooley. Voices of the Voiceless: Women, Justice, and Human Rights in Guatemala. Herald Press. 1997. 232pp.

Robert H. Trudeau. Guatemalan Politics: The Popular Struggle for Democracy. Lynne Rienner. 1993. 220pp.

Kay B. Warren. Indigenous Movements and Their Critics: Pan-Maya Activism in Guatemala. Princeton University Press. 1998. 288pp.

Daniel Wilkinson. Silence on the Mountain: Stories of Terror, Betrayal, and Forgetting in Guatemala. Houghton Mifflin. 2002. 373pp.

Deborah J. Yashar. Demanding Democracy: Reform and Reaction in Costa Rica and Guatemala, 1870s-1950s. Stanford University Press. 1997. 319pp.




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