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Inside Story: Argentina #934905

PBS Special for Friday, Mar 30, 1984

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A look at the growth and development of Argentinian politics and democracy. Highlights include the development of freedom of the press and what that term means in post-dictatorship Argentinian society. Jacobo Timerman: Formerly Exiled Press Member; Raul Alfonsin: President of Argentina; Jorge Fontevecchia: La Semana Publisher; Gabriel Levinas: El Porteno Publisher; Robert Cox: Former Herald Editor; James Nielson: Herald Editor;
Carter, Hodding.

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