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Democracy in Latin America : Thirty Years after Chile’s 9/11 (2003 : University of Albany)Democracy in Chile : the legacy of September 11, 1973 / edited by Silvia Nagy-Zekmi and Fernando Leiva.p.cm.“Most of the contributions collected here were presented . . . at the October10–12, 2003 international conferenceDemocracy in Latin America: ThirtyYears after Chile’s 9/11 organized by the editors of the present volume at theUniversity at Albany”—Introduction.Includes bibliographical references and index.ISBN 1-84519-081-5 (h/c : alk. paper)1.Chile—Politics and government—1973–1988—Congresses. 2.Chile—Politics and government—1988—Congresses. 3.Democracy—Chile—History—Congresses. 4.Chile—History—Coup d’état, 1973—Influence—Congresses. 5.United States—Foreign relations—Chile—Congresses.6.Chile—History—Coup d’état, 1973—Literature and the coup d’état—Congresses. 7.Chile—History—Coup d’état, 1973—Motion pictures and thecoup d’état—Congresses. 8.Chile—Relations—United States—Congresses.9.United States—Relations—Chile—Congresses.I. Nagy, Silvia, 1953–II. Leiva, Fernando Ignacio. III. Title.F3100.D452003983.06
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