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Argentina's Missing Bones
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix

Introduction 1
1. Threats: Apostles of the New Order 8
2. Dictatorship: Terrorizing Córdoba 19
3. Death Camp: La Perla 36
4. Institutional Dynamics: The Third Army Corps 51
5. Transnational Dynamics: The Cold War and the War against Subversion 62
6. Five Trials: Public Reckonings of a Violent Past 77
7. Remembering: Memories of Violence and Terror 89
8. Assigning Blame: Who Was Responsible for the Dirty War? 105
Epilogue 116

Appendix 1 119
Appendix 2 123
Appendix 3 149
Notes 155
Selected Bibliography 181

About the Author

James P. Brennan is Professor of History at the University of California, Riverside, where he teaches modern Latin American history.  

Reviews

"Overall, Missing Bones is a fantastic book that asserts the importance of understanding Córdoba within the context of the history of Argentina’s Dirty War"
*H-Net Reviews*

"Brennan convincingly analyzes how remembering the Dirty War in Argentina is not only an individual or private matter but also encompasses an institutional memory fomented and fashioned by the policies of the Kirchner governments (96). By focusing on Córdoba, Brennan successfully captures the role of the state in constructing public memory of the Dirty War."
*Journal of Interdisciplinary History*

"Exceptionally smart book . . . a tour de force."
*Estudios Interdisciplinarios de América Latina*

"The strength of Brennan’s book is to enable us to reflect critically on both the dirty war . . . and the memory and justice politics that followed."
*Latin American Research Review*

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