The social history of the Republic of Guatamala

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Mobs' Justice: Street Lynchings
Cerigua Weekly Briefs, 27 March 1996. Because of the failure of public institutions to cope with the crime wave, vigilantism has become a challenge to the authorities.
Class and indigenous roots of the Guatemalan revolution
By Louis Proyect, 13 April 1998. Analysis of the changing role of the indigenous Maya population in Guatemala's revolution since 1954.
Daycare Suspended
Cerigua Weekly Briefs, No. 2, 8 January 2000. Hundreds of parents who depend on state- subsidized daycare found the doors of many centers closed. At least 12 of the nation's 52 centers suspended their services this week due to a restructuring.