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Mexico's 1968 Massacre: What Really Happened?"
NPR's All Things Considered
December 1, 2008

The National Security Archive's Mexico Project

NPR Features Archive Analyst in Tlatelolco Massacre Program

Links to Declassified Documents from Archive FOIA Requests and Mexican Archival Research

For more information contact:
Kate Doyle - 202/994-7000

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Washington D.C., December 2, 2008 - National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" yesterday featured Archive senior analyst Kate Doyle in an extensive segment on the infamous 1968 Tlatelolco massacre in Mexico City.

The new documentary draws on years of research by the Archive's Mexico project and four previous publications of declassified documents obtained by the Archive from Freedom of Information Act requests in the U.S. and archival research in Mexico, with analysis and commentary by Kate Doyle.


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