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Cambridge Latin American Studies #82: A History of Chile, 1808-2002by Simon Collier
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Providing an overview of Chilean history for the general reader as well as the specialist, this text employs primary and secondary materials to analyze the nation's political, economic, and social evolution from independence to 2002. Unlike other works, the volume examines in depth the most recent events of Chile's history: the diversification of its economy, spread of democratic institutions, improvement of public health, and emergence of a rich intellectual culture. First Edition Hb (1996): 0-521-56075-6 First Edition Pb (1996): 0-521-56827-7
This volume explores the history of Chile from its independence until 1994.
A History of Chile provides an overview of Chilean history from its independence to 2002.
Table of Contents
Part I. Birth of a Nation-State, 1800s-1830s: 1. Colonial foundations, 1540-1810; 2. Independence, 1808-30; 3. The Conservative Settlement, 1830-41; Part II. The Rise of a Republic, 1830s-1870s: 4. A time of progress, 1830s-1870s; 5. The liberal impulse; 6. Crisis and war, 1876-83; Part III. The Nitrate Era, 1880s-1930s: 7. The parliamentary period, 1882-1920; 8. The lion and the mule, 1920-1938; Part IV. Industrial Advance and the Dawn of Mass Politics, 1930s-1960s: 9. The radicals, the general of hope, and the lion's son, 1938-64; 10. The industrial impulse, 1930s-1960s; Part V. Democracy and Dictatorship, 1960s-1990s: 11. Revolution in liberty, 1964-1970; 12. The Chilean road to socialism, 1970-73; 13. The Pinochet years; 14. Re-encounter with history, 1990-2002.
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