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Reagan and Pinochet by Morley, Morris & Chris McGillion
Reagan and Pinochet: The Struggle over U. S. Policy Toward Chile
by Morley, Morris & Chris McGillion
 
This book is the first comprehensive study of the Reagan administration's policy toward the military dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet in Chile. Based on new primary and archival materials, as well as on original interviews with former U.S. and Chilean officials, it traces the evolution of Reagan policy from an initial "close embrace" of the junta to a reevaluation of whether Pinochet was a risk to long-term U.S. interests in Chile and, finally, to an acceptance in Washington of the need to push for a return to democracy. It provides fresh insights into the bureaucratic conflicts that were a key part of the Reagan decision-making process and reveals not only the successes but also the limits of U.S. influence on Pinochet's regime - centered around the challenge of creating a viable civilian alternative that was acceptable to both the junta and Washington. Finally, it contributes to the ongoing debate about the U.S. approach toward democracy promotion in the Third World over the past half century.
 
Published 20150202 by Cambridge, Paperback, 354 Pages, ISBN: 9781107458093, ISBN-10: 1107458099, List Price $35.99.

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