Finding Their Voice: Peruvian Women's Testimonies of War
"Windows on the 'witness of women' of Peru and their perspectives on war and peace at the height of political violence, 1989-92, by a committed Catholic German-American. Includes careful and comprehensive analysis of women's issues and the women's movemen
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