Coming to terms with the past

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History Today
Vol. 55, no. 09 (September 2005), p. 28-30

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Rachel Sieder considers the role of 'memory politics' in Guatemala's uncertain path to democracy as government and society attempt to come to terms with the brutality of the counter-insurgency war