Date

Fall 2012

Faculty Advisor

Dr. John L. Rector

Degree Name

Master of Arts candidate

Abstract

Salvador Allende and his political coalition hoped to change Chile's social and economic system through peaceful means. This paper analyzes why opposition groups protested new policies while other groups used violence to disrupt and later overthrow Allende's government. Included among the latter are the Chilean military and U.S. intelligence agencies. The paper also examines Allende's death and compares conflicting versions of this tragedy.

Document Type

Paper

PDF-A 9_11_73_ The Chilean Way to Socialism Hits a Dead End.pdf (661 kB)
PDF/A Version

Share

COinS