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This long-awaited first American edition of the report of the Argentine National Commission on the Disappeared documents human rights abuses that occurred during military rule in Argentina from to The volume relates personal accounts of abduction, torture, nnuca death, and presents chilling descriptions of the systematic organization of state repression of suspected dissidents.
Nunca Mas is highly recommended for academic and large public libraries; its documentation is a significant addition to the growing human rights literature. Muller, Political Science Dept.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Very difficult to read because of the horror it portrays.
This is a very important work and exposes a military regime of truly horrific terror. The book lists the horror stories of many victims and you wonder inforne low humans can sink when unnca leaders lead them astray. However the good intentions of this book are watered down by the poor execution of this seminal work. Poor organization, lack of coherence make this book difficult to read and wimpy end does not help.
This horror story badly needs a re-write. During the late 70’s and early 80’s, between 15, and 30, people were kidnapped, lnforme and murdered in the name of “National Security” under the worst military dictatorship in Argentina’s history.
How can such thing happen? Think of it as a kind of a go-amok witch-hunt. Something akin to the US McCartheism during the 50’s, except the coutry is not a democracy, rule of law is virtually non-existent and instead of losing your job for thinking in a certain way, you and in many cases all your family lose your life.
Inafter democracy was restored in the coutry following Argentina’s rout in the Falklands War the newly elected democratic government led by Raul Alfonsin appointed a national commission to investigate the mass disappearances. This book, the published work nuncw that commission, is the authoritative source nuncw the tragic events.
It is based on the 50, pages of original testimonies of families and survivors given before the commission. It includes a Prologue by the chair of the commission, Ernesto Sabato and a terrifying yet revealing introduction by Ronald Dworkin. As proven over and over throughout history, such unbelievable things can happen anywhere and those who do not learn from history are bound to repeat it. Those who care should do themselves a favor and read this book so tragedies such as this one, the blackest period in Argentina’s history, would never happen again.
Thoroughly and courageously researched reporting. As the review below shows, some people still support the killings and torture and belief the myths created to justify it. Who knows, whoever took the time to try and discredit hundreds of people’s heart-rendering accounts of their personal suffering may have themselves likely been involved in the military.
The truth is, the government both exaggerated the forces of the few hundred guerillas fighting for a more economically just order, and also in fact planted people in the guerillas to cause havoc and justify further repression.
This is from declassified government sources themselves. Open your eyes and you’ll see the mws of Argentina repeated in different patterns throughout Latin America, usually with US mad support.
I guess those women and kids and old people they tortured and raped were posing a big threat to “Western Christian morals,” as the leaders of Argentina and the previous “dissenting reader” contend. Lots and lots of people lost their lives and their loved ones. They did not have the freedom to choose their future.
And it was all in the interest of “National Security? For those looking for a detailed description of the atrocities committed by the argentine military the book is highly recomendable. For anyone interested in the full argentine history and in fact-checking, it is advisable to investigate the political turmoil and cknadep activity from on, otherwise It just may seem like the military just woke up one day and decided that they were going to overthrow the government and butcher a few incorme out of a whim.
The situation was NOT akin to the US McCartheism during the 50’s, since McCarthy’s victims did not kidnap, murder and torture civilians, neither did they organize attacks to military complexes, bombings, assasinations of military and policemen and execution of union leaders, nor was there a full-blown guerrilla army active in any US state.
Also be advised that the figure of In any case, is not a cnadep. Check the various related human rights and NGO sites for your own conclusions as to the likely figures hints: In the early editions of the book circa an attachment was provided listing the “dissapeared”.
Said listing had repetitions by listing names like “Perez” and “Peres” as different, but had the same ID number.
Also not few of the missing people started to appear later, even as minister of nuncw current government or as members of the current supreme court hint: The list is no longer provided with the book at least, not the version in Spanish. Also to bear in mind is that the argentine congress mandate to the CONADEP was to compile testimonies on violations to the human rights, not to condaep or rule, so any conclusions made by the comission is not authoritative.
Worth reading for the good description of the barbarism reached by the military state and an authoritative source on the kind of atrocities committed. For statistical purposes, is not reliable as the incorrect information was hidden, not corrected. For historical purposes, its just a portion of the inforne story.
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