Sandino's daughters : testimonies of Nicaraguan women in struggle
Margaret Randall Lynda Yanz, editor
First published in 1981 in the wake of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) revolution in Nicaragua, Sandino's Daughters can now be seen not as a triumph of revolutionary ideals, but as a triumph of the spirit. Through a series of interviews with participants at all levels in the resistance, Margaret Randall recounts the lives of ordinary women who became pillars of strength and perseverance during their decades-long involvement in the Sandinista struggle against the Somoza dictatorship. Believing firmly that women's liberation was inextricably linked with national liberation, many of these women were in the vanguard of the movement inspired by Augusto Sandino. At the peak of revolutionary activity, women from all classes and backgrounds comprised 30 percent of the Sandinista army. For many of these women, politics became one with the personal.
Randall, Margaret, Sandino's daughters: testimonies of Nicaraguan women in struggle. Vancouver, B.C. : New Star Books, 1981.
Copyright: New Star Books, 1981.
Randall, Margaret and Yanz, Lynda, "Sandino's daughters : testimonies of Nicaraguan women in struggle" (1981). Walter J. Petry Book Gallery. 14.