TITLE

THE CONTEMPORARY PERIOD, 1945-2000 - LATIN AMERICA, 1945-2000 - SOUTH AMERICA, 1945-2000 - CHILE

PUB. DATE
January 2001
SOURCE
Encyclopedia of World History;2001, p936
SOURCE TYPE
Encyclopedia
DOC. TYPE
Reference Entry
ABSTRACT
Information about Chile, during 1945-2000, is presented. In August 1958, the Communist Party was legalized after a ten-year ban while in January 1966, National Copper Corp. was established. The passage of the Agrarian Reform Act on July 1967 ensured land distribution to needy peasants. In 1971-73 social and economic reforms were introduced.
ACCESSION #
28536545

 

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