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SUBJECT FILE 1918-1990

Scope and Contents

Pamphlets, leaflets, serial issues, studies, and bulletins, primarily concerning political and economic conditions. Includes material regarding the Tupamaro guerrilla movement.
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General. Pamphlets, Includes a history of Uruguayan political parties by Setembrino E. Pereda and a printed copy of the 1980 constitution 1918-1980.

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Economics. Serial issues and pamphlets, Includes individual numbers of GEOSUR, published by the Asociacion Sudamericana de Estudios Geopoliticos e Internacionales 1976-1980.

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Elections, Report, 1990 1989.



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General. Serial issues and pamphlets, Includes material relating to human rights, student movements, the Frente Amplio, and the Plenario Intersindical de Trabajadores - Convencion Nacional de Trabajadores (PIT-CNT) 1975-1987.

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Movimiento de Liberacion Nacional - Tupamaros. Pamphlets, Includes material on the kidnapping of Dan Mitrione and anti-Tupamaro writings from rightwing perspectives 1971-1981.

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Partido Comunista del Uruguay. Serial issues and pamphlet, Includes text concerning Georgi Dimitrov 1972-1983.

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Partido Socialista Uruguayo. Pamphlet containing a speech by Jose Diaz 1967

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Partido Blanco (Partido Nacional). Serial issues 1986-1987

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Women. "Declaracion de las Mujeres Uruguayas," statement 1974[?]



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One phonorecord, "Tear Down the Fences!: A Desalambrar!," protest songs performed by Daniel Viglietti, (recorded in 1967) 1973

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Material not yet described