Womens rights and right wing politics in nicaragua 1821 1979 victoria gonzalez rivera this book is a pioneering study of the development of a vibrant feminist movement in nicaragua during the early twentieth century as well as of the role of a later generation of women who gave conditional support to the somoza regime in exchange for suffrage and increased political educational and economic opportunities. Before the revolution womens rights and right wing politics in nicaragua 1821 1979 gonzalez rivera victoria university park the pennsylvania state university press 2011 224 pp. Victoria gonzalez rivera before the revolution womens rights and right wing politics in nicaragua 1821 1979 university park pa penn state university press 2011 pp xxviii 224 6495 hb volume 46 issue 1 christine wade. Close mobile search navigation article navigation volume 93 issue 2. While the dominant narrative about the role of women in nicaraguan politics has traditionally centered on their participation in the 1979 sandinista revolution before the revolution succeeds in providing a much richer understanding of the history of feminism and womens political participation in nicaragua as well as the role of women in right wing politics more broadly
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