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March 18, 2005 - Image 10

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break and ended up in the midst of a:

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the Ameri-
can Embassy.
Silverstein
discussed Uru-
guayan politics,
family, and what
it was like to
lead a life in the
foreign service.
I found his easy

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severa

e and his insight into the Uruguay-
)n both revealing and candid.
pped back into local culture with
trades in honor of Carnaval, which
rway throughout the trip. Add in
that the Argentine national soc-
was on our plane from Buenos
Washington for the second of our
hts home, and the journey can be
up in four words: Right place,

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