Batya Wienbaum and Mishy Lesser, Chilean specialists, discuss the conditions which led to one of the most brutal overthrows in Latin American history, describing the large role upper-class Chilean women played, the economic decline, the part the United States played in collaborating directly with Chilean reactionaries and finally the broad movement to free political prisoners taking place. Hosted by Viv Sutherland.
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