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When scaring the regime runs in the family

Senior Fellow Stephen Kinzer in The Boston Globe, "Pedro Joaquín Chamorro was the most outspoken dissident in Nicaraguan history. He relentlessly attacked the Somoza family regime, which ruled the country for four decades beginning in the 1930s. The regime returned his animosity." 

January 14, 2019 The Boston Globe