The social history of the Republic of Nicaragua

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Drug Trafficking and Use in Nicaragua On the Increase
Centr-Am News, week of 6–12 September 1998. The presence and use of drugs in Nicaragua are rapidly growing. Drug-related crimes are also on the increase.
The Autonomy Tale
By Mark Pitsche and Robert Ritzenthaler, Resource Center of the Americas [3 January 2001]. On Nicaragua's Atlantic coast, ethnic minorities voted for peace a decade ago, believing they had won control of their natural resources. They know better now.
Population Influx into Capital Slows
Nicaragua Network Hotline, 6 October 2003. Fewer Nicaraguans are migrating from the countryside to the city of Managua, which is now home to close to one-quarter of Nicaragua's entire population.