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    Augusto Pinochet Year 11 Modern History Nick Nagl Pinochet Augusto José Ramón Pinochet Ugarte was the Augusto José Ramón Pinochet Ugarte was the Chilean dictator who led the country under what most regard as a time of terror for seventeen years, between 1973 and 1990. For example, the New York Times headline “Augusto Pinochet, dictator who ruled by terror in Chile, Dies at 91” clearly suggests that he was indeed was a traditional dictator. However, an article published by the BBC which entailed

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    Augusto Pinochet

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    Augusto José Ramón Pinochet one of two dictators that Chile has ever had as a country. Augusto as dictator of Chile would be involved in the following: The Coup of 1973, his rivalry with Chilean President Salvador Allende, Operation Condor, and The Chilean Economic distress of 1971. Pinochet served as Dictator and as well as President. This all had taken place in Chile and through most of South America. His ancestry consist of parts of France and Spain. He would dictate for more than twenty years

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    interruptions that never allowed the democratic process to blossom. The dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet carried profound and ostensibly sturdy changes that manipulated the political landscape of Chile and stagnated its economic growth; crushing the revolutionary left and heavily shifting economic focus to the marketplace. Thus, I argue that Chile can only be considered a true democracy after the fall of Pinochet; which can be attributed to military adherence of the law and a societal reinvigoration

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    this day, Augusto Pinochet and The United States lead a coup that overthrew the president Salvador Allende, of the Chilean government. The United States government “supported, trained, funded, and armed military tin-pot dictatorships in order to defend democracy and the free market from progressive movements made up of the workers in colonized countries” (“Cold War Killer” 1). This day went down in history as the beginning of the darkest days in Chile’s history. It is said that “Augusto Pinochet’s

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    The Dictator who Was Augusto Pinochet

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    Augusto Jose Ramon Pinochet Ugarte also known as Augusto Pinochet was born on November 25, 1915 in Valparaiso, Chile, and died on December 10, 2006 in Santiago, Chile. He was a murderous Dictator who ruled in Chile from 1973 to 1990. He was Commander-in-Chief of the Chilean Army from 1973 to 1998 and president of the Government Junta of Chile between 1973 and 1981. Pinochet managed to attain full power by overthrowing Salvador Allende, a socialist government, by using military force. His years in

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    Augusto Pinochet was born on November 25 1915 in Valparaiso, Chile, graduated at the Military Academy at Santiago, and slowly rose through the ranks of the Chilean army. During his time serving in the army, Pinochet was a commander of a prison camp for communists, a military school lecturer and director, and a writer. In 1970 Salvador Allende , a socialist leader was elected as president of Chile and promoted Pinochet to the Commander of the Santiago Garrison. In over 3 years Pinochet helped Allende

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    Augusto Pinochet was the president and dictator who ruled Chile. He overthrew Salvador Allende government with the coup September 11, 1973. Of course, Pinochet was very brutal and he was a well-known destroyer. This didn’t stop his rampages and he continued to make his territory spiral downward at a fast pace. His 17 year dictatorship was covered with murder, torture, and abuse. He had over 200,000 political assassinations on his record, which is more than any other dictator contributed. Pinochet

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    The Effect of the Cold War on Chile

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    Chile democratically elected its first Marxist president which resulted in a violent coup, led by Augusto Pinochet, which aggressively tried to stop the rise of socialism in Chile (Guardiola-Rivera 330-331). Pinochet had viewed the ideas of socialism as dangerous since they were so foreign from the norm of a democracy. What had been a democracy for many years in Chile had now given rise to the Pinochet Dictatorship, and the Popular Unity under Allmende now suffers the torture of a dictating leader

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    The Rise of Democracy in Chile General Augusto Pinochet gained power during a blood-filled coup during 1973 when his militaristic, authoritarian rule began. He continued to rule in a brutal regime of repression and human rights abuse until 1989 when his regime was lifted in favor of a more democratic system. Since 1990, Chile seems to be on the right track to re-establishing a once strong democracy that will continue to strengthen in the future. The three factors that have increased the likelihood

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    Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism in Chile

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    government from populist rule to bureaucratic-authoritarian rule (Collier 27). Within Chile, Augusto Pinochet organized a military coup to overthrow the government ran by Allende, which began the process of his military rule for almost two decades. Before a government can become completely under bureaucratic-authoritarian rule, it must go through political and economic changes as outlined by O’Donnell. Before Pinochet assumed power, Chile continued struggled with the concept of Import Substitution Industrialization

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