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Costa Rica: A Global Studies Handbook.

Costa Rica: A Global Studies Handbook

Meg Tyler Mitchell and Scott Pentzer


PO Box 1911, Santa Barbara, CA 93116-1911

9781851099924, $55.00 1-800-368-6868

Part of the Global Studies: Latin America & The Caribbean series, Costa Rica: A Global Studies Handbook is a solid educational text written for students, travelers, businesspeople, and anyone interested in gaining a better understanding of this beautiful nation. Costa Rica: A Global Studies Handbook is divided into a narrative section (which relates the history of the land along with information about its politics, institutions, society, and culture) and a reference section (which has a timeline of key events in Costa Rican history, a listing of significant Costa Rican organizations, and entries of key Costa Rican historical figures, places, and events). An annotated bibliography and an index round out this down-to-earth, highly readable primer.
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