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Geographical Divisions of Colonial Nicaragua: Impacts on Development in the Indigenous Territories

International Policy Digest - Feb 20, 2018
Whereas the Spanish had fashioned a bustling slave market that led to the evisceration of an entire population of native Nicaraguans, the British leveraged the Mosquito Coast's resource-rich environment to augment its economic interests. Unlike in the ...

In the company of Timothée Chalamet

Business Mirror - Feb 4, 2018
Chalamet started out as a child actor, having appeared as Matthew McConaughey's son in Interstellar. His child-star origins is similar to River Phoenix's start in movies, like The Mosquito Coast and, of course, Stand By Me. Always rather seemingly ...

The seven unsurprising friends of US & Israel

Amandala - Feb 3, 2018
After the British gave up the Mosquito Coast and the Bay Islands, many Hondurans relocated to Belize. Many Hondurans of the Garinagu tribe also gave up citizenship in that country and settled down along the coast of Belize. And many Belizeans went to ...

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Harrison Ford vs. Jason Alexander

From The Mosquito Coast (1986). Mr. Fox is not happy with the Japanese-made part at the hardware store. Also starring River Phoenix.

The Mosquito Coast - Look Around You Charlie


mosquito coast theist-anti-theist dialogues

some funny anti-theistic remarks taken from The Mosquito Coast (for those of you that didn't see the movie, the lead character (Ford) is not an atheist, but a deist of some sort) PS: in the...

The Mosquito Coast Analysis: Part 1 - The New World

The 1986 film The Mosquito Coast is a microcosm of the struggles of creating a new nation without bringing along the faults of the old nation.