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BOOKS: GRIEF AND REBIRTH

ISABEL ALLENDE, the distinguished Chilean writer, was celebrating the publication of one of her novels at a Barcelona party in December 1991, when she got word...

World: Chile: The Expanding Left

Yankee, Yankee, Yankee Be careful, be careful You are going to hear the complaints Black eagle, you will fall. THE eagle is the U.S. The verse is part of...

World: Chile: The Making of a Precedent

DESPITE the dire prophecies of violence, Chile remained calm last week in the wake of precedent-shattering elections. In a three-way race for the presidency,...

Chile: Difficult Choices

Chileans last week braced for the most important presidential election in their republic's 152-year history. Practically every wall in Santiago was painted...

CHILE: An Economy Besieged

Just after midnight, a small gray van pulled up at a downtown Santiago bar. Within moments, anxious Chileans were swarming around it and buying low-grade black...

World: The Fretful Neighbors

MORE than a few Latin Americans harbor the suspicion that Salvador Allende's presidency may be unexpectedly brief. A Mexican television worker described one...

Chile: The Crucial Choice

Before World War II, an American setting off on a trip to Chile could count on a three-week voyage by boat down South America's west coast. Today, Panagra's...

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