By Alistair Horne
New, Revised and extended version of the vintage Account of Allende's Chile
Part heritage and present affairs, half travelogue, this is often the tale of a trip made via Alistair Horne and American politician/journalist, invoice Buckley via Colombia, Peru, Chile and Bolivia. They trigger in September 1970, simply after a Marxist executive had come to energy in a unfastened election in Chile.
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Small Earthquake in Chile by Alistair Horne