The Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo have emerged as one of the most forceful and effective human rights organizations in recent times. Marguerite Bouvard is to be thanked for bringing us their story, While they desrve our admiration, ce can best honor them by remebering that achieving respect for human rights is in our own hands,
—Kerry Kennedy Cuomo, Executive Director, Robert F. Kennedy Memorial.
This astonishing book provides an unprecedented opportunity to actually see the values of the private world of the family transforming public life. Bouvard's gripping study does the Mothers justice.
—Mary Field Belenky, co-author of Women's Ways of Knowing.
Marguerite Bouvard presents in intensely sympathetic detail the courageous and intrepid struggle of the madres against the brutal dictatorship which destroyed their children.
—Sara Ruddick, author of Maternal Thinking: Toward a Politics of Peace.