Surrender in Panama: The Case Against the Treaty
Appendices (p. 115-256): 1. The treaties.--2. Berger, R. A constitutional scholar looks at the treaties, Congressional record, November 4, 1977.--3. Bethancourt, R. E. Address of Dr. Romulo Escobar Bethancourt, head of the Panamanian negotiating team, before the National Assembly of Panama, August 19, 1977.--4. Anguizola, G. Violation of human rights and civil liberties in Panama. Bibliography: p. 257-258.
How We Got There
What Panama Agreed To
Who Speaks for Panama?
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