Bolivia: The Case of Regis Debray

At 8 o'clock in the morning of April 20, three men walked along a narrow mountain road toward Muyupampa, an isolated little farming town in the foot hills of the Bolivian Andes. They all admitted that they were on the way down from a guerrilla camp in the high jungle, although just what they had been doing there remains a matter of some dispute. Word that they were on the way had somehow preceded them to Muyupampa. Detachments of troops and plainclothes national police had moved into town the night before. They...

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