This hefty book is a tribute to the victims of Operation Condor, a secret military plan instituted in 1975 by six Latin American countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Paraguay, and Uruguay) governed by extreme right military dictators in order to eliminate all political opposition. Revealed in 1979 by the Washington Post, this operation was the cause of tens of thousands of deaths over ten years.
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