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Francisco Goldman on the legacy of Argentina's Dirty War

March 12th, 2012

Episode 251 of 447 episodes

This week in the magazine, Francisco Goldman writes about the heirs to the Argentine media company Clarín, and the attempt to establish whether they are the biological children of those who were disappeared in the country's Dirty War. Here Goldman talks with Blake Eskin about the Dirty War, the decades-long search for the children of the disappeared, and what finding them has meant for the children and for the country as a whole.