Four Years After the Fall

Szulc, Tad
September 1977
New Republic;9/10/77, Vol. 177 Issue 11, p14
Focuses on the U.S. business-government cooperation in the conspiracy for a military coup to oust Chilean President Salvador Allende Gossens. View that U.S. government policy in Latin America has always been influenced by the interests of U.S. corporations with investments in the area; Encouragement to U.S. based multinational companies by former U.S. President John F. Kennedy administration to interfere in domestic politics of Latin American countries; Report of U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee indicating multinational companies' support to U.S. Central intelligence Agency (CIA) in Chile; Information on U.S. strategy after the election of Chilean President Eduardo Frei; Discussion on the conspiracy by the U.S. for a military coup in Chile after the election of Allende.


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