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Argentina by Mort Rosenblum and Gary Knight

Argentina The Legacy of the Dirty War

By Mort Rosenblum and Gary Knight
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Praise for Rebuild: Kosovo Six Years Later, also in the same series: “The students who produced this book illuminate Kosovo for us and, on a deeper level, offer us hope for the future.”—Senator Bob Dole As the second in a series of books on student photojournalism workshops, Argentina: From the Ruins of a Dirty War examines the socio-cultural issues—from a tourism boom to tango revival—facing Argentina decades after the Dirty War. Edited by Mort Rosenblum, former Associated Press special correspondent, chief editor of the International Herald Tribune, and author of the acclaimed book Coups and Earthquakes; and Gary Knight, founding member of VII Photo Agency and author of Evidence: The Case Against Milosevic.

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