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The Disappeared and the Mothers of the Plaza: The Story of the 11,000 Argentinians Who Vanished

Simpson, John; Bennett, Jana

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ISBN 10: 0312212291 / ISBN 13: 9780312212292
Published by St Martins Pr, U.S.A., 1985
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New vintage first American edition hardcover in very good jacket. Other than light aging, this book could not be in more pristine condition if it came fresh off the press today. The covers are so crisp and tight it feels as though no one has ever opened it to look inside. I will wrap it up so it stays that way for you. Jacket looks new too, but has some spine sunning and some shelf wear along the edges. Please note that previous owner was a collector who carefully reinforced the dust jacket with invisible tape along the interior edges to prevent shelf wear. That is the only sign this book has ever been touched by human hands. SUPERB collector's GEM!. Bookseller Inventory # 047295

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Title: The Disappeared and the Mothers of the Plaza...

Publisher: St Martins Pr, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1985

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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A superbly written account of the hu man rights violations that occurred un der Agentina's military regime, from 1976 to 1983. The authors avoid lurid sensationalism by balancing their fac tual treatment of victims' cases with general insights into Argentina's politi cal climate. Their story of the ``Dirty War,'' in which political moderates as well as extremists were kidnapped, tor tured, and murdered, documents the military government's systematic pro gram of state repression and institu tionalized corruption. This welcome addition to the human rights literature is an excellent companion to Jacobo Timerman's personal account, Prison er Without a Name, Cell Without a Number . The appendix contains por tions of the CODEP (National Com mission on Disappeared Persons) Re port commissioned by the current democratic government of Argentina. Highly recommended. Virginia L. Muller, Political Science Dept., Univ. of San Diego
Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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