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Raul Alfonsin
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World Leader
    (March 12, 1927-March 31, 2009)
    Born in Chascomus, Argentina
    Founded the newspaper El Imparcial
    Member of the Chamber of Deputies (1963-66)
    Founding member of the Permanent Assembly for Human Rights (1975)
    President of Argentina (1983-89)
    Received the European Prize for Human Rights (1986)
    He wore rumpled suits and a shabby trench coat.
    His presidency was marked by three coup attempts, hyperinflation and food riots.
    He changed economic policies every few months.
    He stepped down ahead of schedule due to his inability to stabilize the economy.
    He was imprisoned for his opposition to Juan Peron (1953).
    He called the invasion of the Falkland Islands (1982) 'military madness.'
    He restored diplomatic relations with Great Britain.
    He established a commission to investigate the fate of the 'disappeared' and prosecute leaders of the previous military regime for human rights violations.
    When he handed over power to Carlos Menem, it was the first time in six decades that an elected Argentinian president had passed the office on to an elected president from a different party.

Credit: C. Fishel

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