A complete run in 11 issues of the Argentinian left-wing political and social journal, each issue approx. 16 pp., under the editorial direction of Alberto Parapugna, focusing on the democratization process in Argentina, each issue with a specific subtitle, including "Mientras Dure la Mentira", "Un País sin Ideas", "La Industria del Secuestro", "Vocacion de Grandeza", "¡Falsos Testigos!", "Entre la Hipocresía y lo Irónico", and "Crisis Total". Scattered illustrations. Small folio. Orig. pictorial self-wrpps. Buenos Aires 1985-1986.
The Argentine military seized political power in a coup in March 1976, after the death of President Juan Domingo Perón, and ruled Argentina under a military dictatorship from 1976 to 1983. It was known as "la última junta militar" or "el Proceso de Reorganización Nacional". This dictatorship continued the "Dirty War", a period of state terrorism from 1974 to 1983 during which an estimated 30,000 guerrillas, dissidents, and suspected socialists disappeared. In February 1983, Buenos Aires Police Chief Ramón Camps publicly recognized the crime and acknowledged that the "disappeared" were actually dead. On June 18, 1982, the resignation of the regime's third dictator, General Leopoldo Galtieri, was called for, and a general election was held on October 30, 1983, with an incredible voter turnout of 85.6% to elect the new Argentinian president, governors, mayors, and other legislators. Very scarce; as of June 2017, WorldCat locates only one holding in a North American institution. Book ID: 48694