New York: North American Congress on Latin America, 1997-1998. various pagination, in glossy, stapled, illustrated wraps. A complete set of Volume thirty-one, 6 numbers, bi-monthly. This volume includes 30th anniversary celebration, "Voices on the Left: 16 Activists Reflect on the Current Political Moment,"includes Graciela Fernández, David Herrera, Benedita a Silva, Jean-Bertrand Aristide, Rosalina Tuyac, et al, "Inside Clinton's Latin America Policy," "Chiapas: Election Day in a Conflict Zone," "Ten Years After the Debt Crisis," "Sexual Politics in Latin America," "Counterinsurgency in Chiapas and Colombia," "Menemismo and the Politics of Opposition in Argentina," NAFTA, Resource Guide, also articles, footnotes, references, photos, illustrations, tables. The information source for the Left in Latin America. Vol. XXXI, Nos. 1- 6, July - June.
The NACLA Newsletter, which became the Latin America & Empire Report in the early 1970s, was the primary source for Left-wing reportage on events and institutions affecting the people of Latin America, occasionally expanding coverage to the Mid-East, Southeast Asia and,of course, the Empire. Each issue, published bi-monthly, is filled with lists,statistics, reading lists, tables, maps and other extremely useful information on the activities of the CIA, US and multinational corporations, banking institutions and military-police tactics throughout South and Central Americas, the islands and Mexico.