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1996: Sybille Olivera v. Marelle Hypothetical Case

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This chapter focuses on the activities of Mr. and Mrs. Olivera, two university sociology professors, subsequent to the declaration of a state of emergency by the State of Marelle after several paramilitary groups began to operate throughout the country. Mr. Olivera, a political candidate, disappeared and was never found, Mrs. Olivera was arrested for suggesting that an armed struggle, and not the current democratic infrastructure, was the only way to address the current civil war taking place.

Keywords: democratic infrastructure; sociology professors; state of Marelle; Sybille Olivera V. Marelle



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