Secrets of State
Autor: Juan Carlos Zambrana MNúmero de Páginas: 228
Secret of State explains how the respect and admiration of some countries for the United States, was turned into anti-imperialism. Starting with the uprising of the Bolivian people in October 2003, against their president and their proverbial enemy, "the Yankee Empire," two investigators dig into history to unearth the Pandora's Box of the Bolivia-United States relations, and the root cause for Bolivian anti-imperialistic sentiment. Putting in jeopardy their own lives, they obtain valuable information on the devious schemes of certain White House administrations, to impose their abusive policies on Bolivia, with the complicity of that country's own puppet regimes; the resistance of the Bolivian people, and the response with repression, rigged elections, massacres, revolutions, dictatorships, and assassination of opposing leaders. The author masterfully weaves together historical events, and declassified information, to create, using real and fictional characters, an exciting plot full of action and suspense that will keep readers on the edge of their seats.