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    Communism In Chile

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    Allende officially came into power on 4 September 1970 and was the first Marxist to govern a country in a free democratic election. He took control of a country that was economically in debt and catering towards a small group of Chile’s elite. Allende’s party, The Unidad Popular, believed that the economy at the time was monopolistic, externally dependent, oligarchic and capitalistic. Allende wanted to create a period in history that would be remembered as a “democratic regime” by changing the economy

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    Trials and Tribulations of Ariel Dorfman

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    Trials and Tribulations of Ariel Dorfman In the late 1950’s Chile was fighting a political war. Ariel Dorfman wrote many stories and essays dealing with the political oppression. Ariel Dorfman was exiled from Chile because of his writings, and struggled with his writing in Paris. With ambitions to return to his country he became one of the most significant Hispanic writers in the 20th century. Chile was going through a time of change. After the death of President Salvador Allende, Augusto Pinochet

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    The Effect of the Cold War on Chile

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    The Effect of the Cold War on Chile In the midst of a Cold War between the Soviet Union and the United States, countries in Latin America find themselves caught in the middle of a Marxist Revolutionary movement and the US counterrevolutionary reaction (Chasteen 285). In order to prevent Latin America from adopting Communist views they created the National Security Doctrine which justifies the attacks of enemies internally and externally, and provides military funding for such acts (Nelson-Pallmeyer

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    Bureaucratic-Authoritarianism in Chile

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    Guillermo O’Donnell’s definition of a bureaucratic-authoritarian government involves the transformation of a political government through the changes in industrialization and the social hierarchy. Bureaucratic-Authoritarian governments, according to O’Donnell’s definition, are “excluding and emphatically non-democratic” (Collier 24). The case of Chile emphasizes the exclusion O’Donnell speaks of, most importantly after democratic processes in Chile came to a halt during Pinochet’s reign. The implementation

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    In the 1960s America, the pope of democratic faith, preached to the world about the evils of communism. When Marxist Salvador Allende lost by three percent in the Chilean election of 1958, the United States decided that the next election of 1964, could not be left in the hands of democracy. The United States began to work to stop Allende from becoming president. They went so far as to create projects to help train and organize so-called anti-communists among the peasants, laborers, students, and

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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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    Unlike any other Latin American country, since the nineteenth century, Chile has had a traditional electoral democracy. With its socialist revolutionary leader, Salvador Allende, creating the electoral coalition called “Popular Unity,” Allende won the 1970 presidential election of Chile. His presidency produced a radicalization among workers, but later his controlled insurrection was defeated by the uncontrollable revolution started by Chilean citizens. The military later overthrew Allende in 1973

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    militærcup

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    Perioden 1960 og 1970'erne i Latinamerika, var præget af intens politisk mobilisering og konflikter, ligesåvel som dramatiske kulturelle ændringer. Det mest bemærkelsesværdige ved Latinamerika i denne periode har været den vellykkede Cubanske revolution, spredning af guerillabevægelserne, militær undertrykkelse, amerikansk intervention og sidst men ikke mindst kampen mellem højre-og venstreorienterede bevægelser der hærgede i denne betydningsfulde æra og som førte til social konflikt og vold. Som

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    Slavery in Latin America

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    Slavery in Latin America Chile History Before the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th cent., the Araucanians had long been in control of the land in the southern part of the region; in the north, the inhabitants were ruled by the Inca empire. Diego de Almagro, who was sent by Francisco Pizarro from Peru to explore the southern region, led a party of men through the Andes into the central lowlands of Chile but was unsuccessful (1536) in establishing a foothold there. In 1540, Pedro de

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