Mexico City: FCE, (Col. Tierra Firme), 1998. first edition. Paperback. 356p., notes, b/w photos, maps. Near Fine in Wraps. Item #1885
On the night of December 19, 1989, the United States invaded Panama City. The authors wrote this work from that event and, in addition to constituting a chronicle in which multiple voices participate, represents a bastion of collective memory against rape and dispossession. As Elena Poniatowska points out in the prologue: "it is a book of images, of visual stories that are printed in the mind and form an immense stained glass window in which the colors complement each other"