Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front -left wing political party in El Salvador -had strong backing among country/mountain people -blew up bridges/ powerlines and charged "war taxes" on passin vehicles -signed peace treaty in 1992 to lay down arms
-1970 Presidental winner in Chile -Popular Unity -the other individuals who ran against him joined forces in an effort to fight against him and overthrow him..(they found a strong ally in CIA to help them) -had a backing from urban workers -wanted to work within constitutional restraints -September 11, 1973 died in his office by his own armed forces
-Chilean general who was the leader of the 1973 coup where thousands of Popular Unity supporters were hearded into a soccer stadium and killed.
Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) ---1960's -resisted Somozas -Nicaragua -took charge in 1978 after Somoza fled to FL -fought to keep Nicaraguan revolution alive -identified themselves as revolutionary friends of Cuba -1990 they lost election
-Mayan rebels who took up name in memory of Zapata, to protest the implementation of NAFTA -had immediate demands relating to agriculture, but also had broader vision -challenge to neo-liberalism -supported by catholic church -MEXICO
-Urban guerrilla movement in Uruguay that was inspired by Cuban revolution -they recognized revolutionary conditions and hoped to spark hope and set an example -famous for tunneling into prison to free captured comrades -In 1967, Uruguayan president declared martial law to fight them and by end of 1970's there were more politcal prisoners than any other country