New Approach to Central America


President Bush is dealing with Central America in a much different way from his predecessor. His administration has forged a bipartisan contra-aid package with Congress, it has consulted with American allies, and it has even allowed the Central American countries themselves to take a leading role in a regional peace process. But fighting continues in many places, and as long as it does, Central America cannot hope to deal effectively with its disastrous economic condition.

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