The sandinista Revolution

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The Sandinista government had more equality for everyone, but their communist ideals were destroying the nation. Even though it is considered that a revolution was necessary, but it would have been better if it have been done democratically.
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On August 1978, a Sandinista Commando (headed by Eden Pastora) seized control of the national palace, and all congressmen were taken hostage. This uprising did not last long; negotiations were quickly reached, but the National Guard's image on invincibility was shattered...
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