The Real Terror Network: Terrorism in Fact and Propaganda

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Preface
1.
Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard, The Rise of American Civilization, Macmillan, 1930, p. 708.
2.
The phrase is from David Felix, "Income Distribution and the Quality of Life in Latin America:"Patterns, Trends and Policy Implications, Background Paper Prepared for the Aspen Institute Project on Governance in the Western Hemisphere (mimeo, March 1981), p. 7.
3.
See chapter 3 below. For a fuller discussion see Miles D. Wolpin, Military Aid and Counterrevolution in the Third World, Lexington, 1972.
4.
Penny Lernoux, Cry of the People, Doubleday, 1980, p. 36.
5.
Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1975, p. 7.
7.
See Lernoux, Cry of the People, pp. 47-50.
8.
AI, Testimony on secret detention camps in Argentina, 1980, pp. 18-19.
9.
Lernoux, Cry of the People, pp. 174-175.
10.
Lawrence Johnson, "Santiago nights", Inquiry, April 27, 1981, p. 11.
11.
Lernoux, Cry of the People, pp. 3-6.
12.
Human rights and the Phenomenon of Disappearances, Hearings before the Subcommittee on International Organizations, House Committee on Foreign Affairs, 96th Congress, 1st Session, 1979, p. 48.
14.
AI, Amnesty International Report 1979, p. 48.
15.
Hannah Arendt, The Origins of Totalitarianism, New York, Meridian, 1958, pp. 432-3
16.
AI, "'Disappearances,' A Workbook, New York, 1981, p. 1.
19.
Acta Final Y Resoluciones, 1er Congreso Latinoamericano De Familiares De Desaparecido, San Jose, Costa Rica, 20-24 Enero 1981, p. 5.
20.
CIA, Patterns of International Terrorism:1980, June 1981, p. vi.
21.
AI, "Amnesty Action", September 1980, p. 3.
22.
Warren Hoge, "Repression Increases in Guatemala as U.S. Tries to Improve Relations", New York Times, May 3, 1981, p. 2.
23.
Council on Hemispheric Affairs, Washington Report on the Hemisphere, August 11, 1981, p. 4.

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