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Which is why Hugo Vezzetti is right when he says that “dictatorship[s] [were] both an irruption and an outcome” (2002, 16). That is how it was, what came into play was an old rhetoric: the rhetoric of purification, of recycling the excess. Which is why state bureaucracy operated in the 1970s like in the wars against the indigenous population, its predecessors, managing similar representations of discipline and chaos, the desert, the Other and the norm, the population and its regulation.  affected by subversion and the enemy within.

On September 17, 2005, I went to visit the archeological works at Mansión Seré, in what is left of the clandestine center that operated 40 Surviving Forced Disappearance in that place, in the outskirts of Buenos Aires. In my field notebook I wrote: Field Notebook: 9/17/2005, Buenos Aires. Mansión Seré: Signified ruins In a park in the district of Morón (western Buenos Aires province), young archeologists and anthropologists are excavating the foundations of Mansión Seré, a center of devastation.

Affected by subversion and the enemy within. Intervention was necessary to regenerate the nation. And thus a fantastic, but effective, lineage was constructed: from Roca to the Military Process; from the Indian and the desert to the subversive and subversion; from Rivera to the Dictatorship. Salsipuedes and the Two Evils. Anchored directly with the foundation of the nation, with the imaginary of the state against disorder. Same enemy (chaos, the excess, the waste, the desert); same tools (weeding, cleaning).

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