Graphic Coup

Abby Zimet


Highlighting a century of U.S. imperialism in Central America, two
leftist "comix journalists" from Stanford have released "The Honduran
Coup, A Graphic History."  Dan Archer and Nikil Saval trace the
overthrow of Manuel Zelaya to the 1900s domination of fruit giants Dole
and Chiquita, and through years of U.S.-sponsored rightwing rule. More on
the comic here. A stunning photo essay on Honduras by here.

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