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Strong Men in the 20th Century:Latin America; Human Rights  

Pathfinder focusing on Latin American history and human rights violations as well as establishment of international law
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What Are Human Rights? (UK Perspective)

 

Caudillos in Latin America

 

Fidel Castro Declassified

Subject Guide

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Cathy Collins
 

Map: Latin America

 

More Sources Including Primary Sources!

19th Century Latin America (research guide with links), Fordham University (open access)

Chile and the United States: Declassified Documents Relating to the Military Coup of September 11, 1973, Peter Kornbluh (open access) 

The Death of Che Guevara Declassified, Peter Kornbluh, George Washington University (open access)

Latin American Pamphlet Digital Collection, Harvard University (open access) 

Latin American Primary Sources, History Wiz (open access) 

Presidential Messages Database (Argentina and Mexico), Center for Research Libraries (open access) 

Political Database of the Americas (Spanish Language), Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Center for Latin American Studies, Georgetown University (open access) 

Latin America and International Law (published 1909)

 

Military Dictatorships in Latin America

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