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He is the author of Central America, a Nation Divided, 2nd ed. (1985), as well as several monographs and more than sixty scholarly articles on modern Latin America. He has also compiled volumes in the World Bibliographical Series on Belize (1980), Nicaragua (1983), and El Salvador (1988). Dr. Woodward edited the Central American section of the Research Guide to Central America and the Caribbean (1985) and is currently editor of the Central American history section of the Handbook of Latin American Studies.
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