In the words of both the perpetrators of terrorism and their victims gods assassins explores what happens when a state turns on its citizens between 1976 and 1983 an estimated 30000 argentines disappeared under the military junta most were imprisoned and tortured before being murdered by the military. Gods assassins tells the story of state terrorism in argentina through interviews with participants on all sides of this issue they include military officers third world priests catholic church officers who supported military objectives and methods former members of guerrilla movements survivors of prison camps journalists trade unionists and others who experienced state terrorism . Get this from a library gods assassins state terrorism in argentina in the 1970s m patricia marchak william marchak in the words of both the perpetrators of terrorism and their victims gods assassins explores what happens when a state turns on its citizens between 1976 and 1983 an estimated 30000 argentines . Gods assassins state terrorism in argentina in the 1970s is in the authors own words an attempt to explore the nature of state terrorism and its impact on a population and in the process to identify the structural origins and proximate causes of the events this is a timely book given that argentine judges have recently . Although marchak anthropology and sociology u of british columbia begins by asking was state terrorism inevitable in argentina during the military rule of 1976 1983 this book provides more perspective than answers filled with excerpts from interviews with military officers catholic church
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