How a foreigner learnt about Argentina’s history

Stephen Devincenzi

An Englishman in Argentina. I'm a teacher and writer for the EnIngles blog. I cook a lot.

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3 Responses

  1. Claudia Groppa says:

    Absolutely. And a fair jhdiciary power and honest candidates who run for elections. Uncorrupt polititians who strugle for the glory of ghe nation rather than enriching themselves and their families.

  2. Guille says:

    I don’t agree at all…in general, education in Argentina gives the message that the only people to be judged are the dictators and the only victims were the missing activists And that’s not true at all. I’m totally against the military force of that period, but the political activists also killed many inocent people and didn’t respect different points of view, as they don’t at present…. they are the least respectful to people with different ideology from theirs and if justice is to be claimed, those who also killed inocent people should be in prision, not still ‘working’ for the government. Let’s be coherent, please! MEMORY, TRUTH, and JUSTICE in that order.

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