Friday, December 18, 2009
A dispute over whether to release Argentina’s most famous political prisoner of the “Dirty War” almost fractured the country’s military regime in the early 1980s, according to declassified documents released this month by the National Security Archive. NSA senior analyst Peter Kornbluh talks about the jailing of journalist Jacobo Timerman. Timerman’s son, Hector, the Argentine ambassador to the United States, also discusses his father’s legacy.
All Blues Hail MaryArtist: by Joe Henry