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In this article, I will describe the mostly invisibilized "fight for rehumanization" of the families of the dehumanized disappeared of the Mexican Dirty War of the 1960s and 1970s. The conflictive memory politics in Mexico and the ambivalent transitional justice process led to processes of re-dehumanization for the families of the disappeared. Within these processes of clarification of past crimes, new spaces of violence emerged. The current "war on drugs" has caused an unprecedented number ofdoi:10.3989/chdj.2014.018 fatcat:b4grrapkdrgltceamcg3maw72y