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Suggested readings

Brackley, Dean. “Remembering the UCA Martyrs: Ten Years Later,” Conversations, Fall 1999.

Danner, Mark. The Massacre at El Mozote. 1994. Penetrating account of the war and the U.S. through the lens of the El Mozote massacre.

Galdámez, Pablo. Faith of a People: The Life of a Basic Christian Community in El Salvador, 1970-1980 . Orbis, 1986.

Manlio, Argueta.. One day of Life. Vintage International

Noone, Judith M., M.M. The Same Fate as the Poor. 2d edn. Orbis, 1994. The Story of Maryknoll sisters Ita Ford, Maura Clarke and Carla Priette

Romero, Oscar A. The Violence of Love.. Compiled and trans. by James R. Brockman, S.J. San Francisco and Toronto: Harp & Row and Whiteside, 1988; reprinted Farmington, Penn.: Plough Publ., 1998.

Sheehan, Thomas. “Friendly Fascism: Business as Usual in America’s Backyard,” in Fascism’s Return: Scandal, Revision, and Ideology Since 1980. Richard J. Golson, ed. (Lincoln, Nebraska, and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1998), pp. 260-300. Perhaps the most trenchant account available of U.S. complicity in state terror in El Salvador.

Wright, Scott. Promised Land: Death and Life in El Salvador. Orbis, 1994. Stories of hope and tragedy among the poor during the war in El Salvador.

Enemies of War , a film by Esther Cassidy (1999), covers the legacy of the martyrs in El Salvador

Killing Priests Is Good News. BBC, 1990. Features J. Sobrino, W. Ford and D. Brackley.
“Massacre at El Mozote.” 60 Minutes documentary, ca. 1993.