Library of Congress:Declassified Documents. Humanities & Social Sciences Division. Web. http://www.loc.gov/rr/main/govdocsguide/DeclassDoc.html
Virtual reading room of declassified documents and sources by which to find them.

Press Release Argentina: Declassification of Documents Related to Human Rights Abuses Occurring Between 1975–1984 U.S Department of State. 20 Aug. 2002. Web. http://foia.state.gov/Search/PressRelease.aspx?type=Argentina&type2=20020820
A press release discussing the declassification of documents detailing human rights abuses which occurred between 1975-1984.

National Security Archives. 4 dEC. 2003. Web. http://www2.gwu.edu/~nsarchiv/NSAEBB/NSAEBB104/
Declassified documents show that former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and high ranking U.S. officials gave their support to the Argentine military junta and advised them to quickly end the "dirty war." Human rights abuses are also discussed.

???????????The Argentines were very worried that Kissinger would lecture to them on human rights. Guzzetti and Kissinger had a very long breakfast but the Secretary did not raise the subject. Finally Guzzetti did. Kissinger asked how long will it take you (the Argentines) to clean up the problem. Guzzetti replied that it would be done by the end of the year. Kissinger approved.
In other words, Ambassador Hill explained, Kissinger gave the Argentines the green light.????????

?????????????????KISSINGER TO ARGENTINES ON DIRTY WAR:"THE QUICKER YOU SUCCEED THE BETTER"Newly declassified documents show Secretary of Stategave green light to junta, Contradict official line thatArgentines "heard only what [they] wanted to hear."While military dictatorship committed massive human rights abuses in 1976, Kissinger advised"If you can finish before Congress gets back, the better.?????????????????????

The National Period: Basic Electronic Resources for the Study U.S. Policy in Latin America. 12 Aug. 2007. Web.
A virtual resource center offering links to articles discussing current and past events of each Latin American country. Includes, bibliographies, academic journals, articles on human rights, cinema, organizations in Latin America, etc.

U.S Department of State Argentina- Division and Crisis
Virtual reading room containing declassified documents pertaining to human rights.

Andersen, Martin Edwin, and John Dinges. "Kissinger had a hand in `dirty war': declassifed documents reveal the former secretary of state turned a blind eye to human-rights violations during Argentina's crackdown on terrorism in 1976. (Investigative Report)."Insight on the News 28 Jan. 2002: 24+. Military and Intelligence Database Collection. Web. 9 Nov. 2014.Document URL
An investigative report discussing former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's ignorance to human rights violations and terrorism in Argentina in 1976.
The full text of the Nunca Mas report can be found here: