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Circle of Love Over Death: The Story of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo
by Matilde Mellibovsky
translated by Maria Proser and Matthew Proser
Northwestern University Press, 1997
Paper: 978-1-880684-38-2
Library of Congress Classification HV6322.3.A7M4513 1997
Dewey Decimal Classification 323.490982

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In Circle of Love Over Death, Matilde Mellibovsky documents the testimonies of mothers whose children were stripped from them in Argentina during the turbulent 1970s. She not only describes the personal anguish of families over the torture, death or "disappearance" of their children, but also shows how the women gave emotional support to each other and the way in which, since 1976, they slowly but surely organized and built an international movement.

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