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John Lamperti

John Lamperti

John Lamperti is a professor emeritus of mathematics at Dartmouth College. Since 1985, one of his main interests has been Central America and what the United States has been doing there. He is the author of "Enrique Alvarez Cordova: Life of a Salvadoran Revolutionary and Gentleman."

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John Lamperti

John Lamperti

John Lamperti is a professor emeritus of mathematics at Dartmouth College. Since 1985, one of his main interests has been Central America and what the United States has been doing there. He is the author of "Enrique Alvarez Cordova: Life of a Salvadoran Revolutionary and Gentleman."

Other articles by this author

2013 0717-2 thumb

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By John Lamperti and Arlene Ash, Truthout | News analysis

Thoughts on Making the Bomb

By John Lamperti, Truthout | Op-Ed

101812 1 thumb

Two Steps Backward: Suppressing the Vote in 2012

By Arlene Ash and John Lamperti, Truthout | News Analysis

Honduras: Repression, Resistance and Hope

By John Lamperti, Truthout | News Analysis
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