Graciela Mochkofsky, Pecado Original: Clarín, los Kirchner y la lucha por el poder, (Buenos Aires: Planeta, 2011)
and influence, and his impact on successive military dictatorships, including his cooperation in the demise of an elected democratic government.
the final adoption papers in an extraordinarily rapid process.
Marysa Navarro-Aranguren is the Charles Collis Professor of History Emerita at Dartmouth College and the DRCLAS Resident Scholar. She has written and edited several books, including Evita. Her current project is entitled “The Inter-American Commission of Women, the Pan American Union and Women’s Suffrage in the Americas, 1928-1948.”