International Human Rights and Authoritarian Rule in Chile

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Bibliography

GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS

"Actas de la Comisión de Estudio de las Leyes Orgánicas Constitucionales, ” 1983—88.

"Actas de Sesiones de la Honorable Junta de Gobierno, ” 1973—89.

"Actas de Sesiones del Consejo del Estado, ” 1976—88.

Actas Oficiales de la Comisión Constituyente. Santiago: Talleres Gráficos de la Gendarmería de Chile, 1973—78.

Comisión de Estudio de la Nueva Constitución Política de la República de Chile. Anteproyecto Constitucional y Sus Fundamentos. Santiago: Editorial Jurídica de Chile, n.d.

Consejo del Estado. "Informe y Proyecto de la Nueva Constitución Política del Estado, ” 1980.

Constitution of Chile, 1980.

Declaración de Principios, 1974.

Realidad y Destino de Chile. Santiago: Editora Nacional Gabriela Mistral, n.d.

"Transcripciones y Antecedentes de los Decretos Leyes, ” 1973—80.

"Transcripciones y Antecedentes de las Leyes, ” 1981—89.


INTERVIEWS

This list is organized in alphabetical order. The interviews occurred from June to July 1992 and from September 1993 to May 1994 in Santiago, Chile.

Fernando Agüero, industrialist

Alvaro Bardón, economist who held various cabinet posts

Rosemarie Bornand, human rights lawyer in the Vicariate of Solidarity

Francisco Bulnes, conservative politician

Julio Canessa, army general who held various government posts, including junta member

Alberto Cardemil, conservative politician and under secretary to the in- terior minister

Juan de Dios Carmona, conservative politician and government advisor

Ascanio Cavallo, journalist

José Luis Cea, legal scholar

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