Extinguishing brush-fire wars

All through history the specter of war has arisen with dismaying frequency and regularity to disrupt families and society and devastate nations. While a cataclysmic nuclear conflict has been averted, numerous brush-fire wars have continued to kill or dislocate thousands.

In Nicaragua, Sandinista guerrillas attempting the overthrow of President Anastasio Somoza Debayle are locked in warfare with the National Guard. Sections of cities are being destroyed, people killed, the economy crippled, and supplies of food imperiled.

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Editorial
Communication and information
July 16, 1979
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