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Review: The History Of Torture: That Inferno: Conversations Of Five Women Survivors Of An Argentine Torture Camp By Munú Actis; Cristina Aldini; Liliana Gardela; Miriam Lewin; Elisa Tokar; Gretta Siebentritt

Reviewed Works: That Inferno: Conversations of Five Women Survivors of an Argentine Torture Camp by Munú Actis, Cristina Aldini, Liliana Gardela, Miriam Lewin, Elisa Tokar, Gretta Siebentritt; Truth, Torture, and the American Way by Jennifer Harbury
Review by: Pamela Crossland
The Women's Review of Books
Vol. 23, No. 6 (Nov. - Dec., 2006), pp. 33-35
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4024665
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