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POLITICAL CONSTRAINTS TO THE ESTABLISHMENT
UNIDAD POPULAR AND THE CHILEAN ELECTORAL
PUBLIC OPINION AND THE MOVEMENT OF CHILEAN
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1958 Presidential Election administration agencies agrarian reform agricultural Alessandri Allende government Allende's American areas asentamiento assets banks campesinos candidates capitalist Chile Chilean government Chilean politics Chilean presidential elections Christian Democrats Chuquicamata coalition communes Communist Congress consejos copper CORA CORFO correlations economic electoral enterprises expropriation farms favor firms forces foreign capital FRAP Frei frustration government's greater Santiago groups ideological important income increased industrial International investment James Petras Jorge Alessandri Kennecott land landowners Latin America Left leftist radicalism loans lower-class majority manufacturing Marxist ment million mining nonfinancial corporations opposition organizations orientations participation peasant percent petite bourgeoisie Popular Unity position president presidential election production Radical party response Right role rural labor Salvador Allende Santiago sector social Socialist squatters strikes structural Table tion trade union Unidad Popular union leaders United urban vote workers