When thinking about the best books about El Salvador, there are a few that come to mind. For those who want to learn about the country’s history, “Barefoot over the Mountain” by Gregory Feifer is an excellent choice. For those who want to learn about the country’s culture, “The Day of the Dead” by John Phillip Santos is a great read. And for those who want to learn about the country’s politics, “El Salvador’s Civil War” by Joaquín M. Martínez is a must-read.
But what if you’re looking for a book that captures all aspects of El Salvador? A book that gives you a glimpse of the country’s past, present, and future? If that’s the case, then “The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One” by William K. Black is the book for you.
Black’s book is a fascinating look at the country’s banking system, and how it has been used to both help and hurt the people of El Salvador. The book dives deep into the country’s history, and how its political and economic climate has changed over the years. Black also offers his own insights and solutions for the country’s current problems.
If you’re looking for a book that will give you a better understanding of El Salvador, then “The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One” is the perfect choice.