In El Salvador, coffee brought 95% of the income to a small amount of the people, giving the rich more and the poor less. This was a part of the mercantilism of the country. Many of the inhabitants of El Salvador did not get along especially because of money issues, such as the rich peninsulares and the poor natives. Augustin Farabundo Marti created a socialist party and led many mestizos through an uprising. The Salvadoran Civil War was between the FMLN or Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front, named after Augustin Farabundo Marti, and the government of El Salvador. The FMLN was made up of five guerrilla groups. Some of these guerrilla groups began reaching all parts of the country, even to children. A major reason that the war began was because the El Salvadorian government was not doing what was right for their people. The United States was funding the government for a long time until they found out that they were funding the wrong side. When the war finally ended with the FMLN triumphing over the El Salvadorian government, the start of the Chapultepec Peace Accords began, as well as a cease fire that is still continued today. Since the end of the war, the country of El Salvador has better living conditions for its people. Some of the improved conditions include less tensions between racial groups and freer trade for the people.