Torture in Chile

Styron, Rose
March 1976
New Republic;3/20/76, Vol. 174 Issue 12, p15
Focuses on the torture faced by citizens of Chile. Comments on the survivors of Chile's prisons; List of men imprisoned in Tres Alamos; Focus on the case of boy scout Pedro Huertas Tapi, who had once lived in California; Steps taken by the U.S. government to release the Chilean citizens classed as political prisoner; Comments on the loan given by the World Bank to Chile.


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