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Progress or perdition? Brazil's national truth commissions in comparative perspective. / Pereira, Anthony W.

Democratic Brazil Divided. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017. p. 152-171.

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Pereira, AW 2017, Progress or perdition? Brazil's national truth commissions in comparative perspective. in Democratic Brazil Divided. University of Pittsburgh Press, pp. 152-171.

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Pereira, A. W. (2017). Progress or perdition? Brazil's national truth commissions in comparative perspective. In Democratic Brazil Divided (pp. 152-171). University of Pittsburgh Press.

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Pereira AW. Progress or perdition? Brazil's national truth commissions in comparative perspective. In Democratic Brazil Divided. University of Pittsburgh Press. 2017. p. 152-171

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Pereira, Anthony W. / Progress or perdition? Brazil's national truth commissions in comparative perspective. Democratic Brazil Divided. University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017. pp. 152-171

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