The Life That Makes Us Die/The Death That Makes Us Live: Facing Terrorism in Guatemala City

@article{LevensonEstrada2003TheLT,
  title={The Life That Makes Us Die/The Death That Makes Us Live: Facing Terrorism in Guatemala City},
  author={Deborah Levenson-Estrada},
  journal={Radical History Review},
  year={2003},
  volume={85},
  pages={104 - 94}
}
It was after the teachers’ strike in ’73, so it must have been under [President] Arana, right? And it was before Dia de la Madre, that’s for sure. I started getting cards, one every day, hand-embroidered. At first I thought they were very beautiful! It was a countdown, the first was “21 days,” the next was “20 days,” then “19 days,” and so on. I thought it had to do with Dia de la Madre, but I realized it wasn’t about that. By the time it was down to “7 days,” my family said it was time to go… Expand
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