Uruguay Nunca Mas: Human Rights Violations, 1972-1985

Uruguay Nunca Mas: Human Rights Violations, 1972-1985

By: Elizabeth Hampsten (author), Justicia Servicio (author)Paperback

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A graphic and horrifying report of human rights violations by the military dictatorship in Uruguay from 1973 to 1985


Preface Acknowledgments Introduction Lawrence Weschler Abbreviations Part I: The Historical Process 1. The Decline of the Democratic System, I: Crisis, Social Mobilization, and Authoritarianism 2. The Decline of the Democratic System, II: Ascendancy of the Military 3. The Military Dictatorship, I: Social Control and State Militarization 4. The Military Dictatorship, II: Military Failure and the Restoration of Democracy Part II: The Practice of State Terrorism 5. Arrests 6. Torture 7. Military Justice 8. The Long Imprisonment 9. Prison Medical Care 10. Deaths 11. Forced Disappearances 12. Doctors', Psychologists', and Paramedics' Participation in Torture 13. Coordination among Military Operations in the Southern Cone Part III: Beyond Prison 14. The Dismantling of Civilian Life 15. The Long Exile 16. The Scars of Terrorism Epilogue: Final Words Appendix A: Methodology Appendix B: Persons Who Dies as a Result of the Political Violence Beginning April 14, 1972 Appendix C: Uruguayans Who Were Arrested and Disappeared Notes Index

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  • ISBN13: 9781566391467
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 400
  • ID: 9781566391467
  • weight: 635
  • ISBN10: 1566391466

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