This essay explores the impacts of the United States government and military in the civil war in El Salvador in a comprehensive historical study. Through the presence of monetary aid, a disregard for the human rights of people in El Salvador, and the presence of U.S. trained soldiers at the then School of Americas and the current Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation, the U.S. prolonged and augmented the negative effects of the Salvadoran Civil War.
McKinney, Cara E.
"Twelve Years a Terror: U.S. Impact in the 12-Year Civil War in El Salvador,"
International ResearchScape Journal: Vol. 2, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/irj/vol2/iss1/5