Chilean Politics, 1920-1931: The Honorable Mission of the Armed Forces

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SELECTIVE BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
On Chilean Politics and the Armed Forces, 1920-31

BASIC TO THE STUDY OF CHILEAN POLITICS IN THE ERA UNDER DISCUSSION is Ricardo Donoso, Alessandri: Agitador y demoledor: Cincuenta años de historia política de Chile, 2 vols. ( Mexico and Buenos Aires, 1952-54). Donoso's scholarly attack on Alessandri is married in some spots by careless writing but remains the most thorough treatment of recent national politics by a Chilean. He deals with Alessandri in a similar fashion in the earlier Desarrollo político y social de Chile desde la constitución de ( 1833 ( Santiago, 1942), which was published as vol. IX of the Historia de América bajo la dirección superior de Ricardo Levene ( Buenos Aires 1940).

The best English language source on modern Chilean political, social, and economic development is Frederick B. Pike Chile and the United States, 1880-1962: The Emergence of Chile's Social Crisis and the Challenge to United States Diplomacy ( Notre Dame, Ind., 1963). Pike's bibliography and notes on the 1920-33 period (pp. 375-95) constitute a rich source. Frank Fetter, Monetary Inflation in Chile ( Princeton, 1931) is excellent on the economic situation, as are P. T. Ellsworth, Chile: An Economy in Transition ( New York, 1945), and John Reese Stevenson, The Chilean Popular Front ( Philadelphia, 1942). A good general work on Chilean politics and government is Federico G. Gil, The Political System of Chile ( Boston, 1966). John J. Johnson, Political Change in Latin America: The Emergence of the Middle Sectors ( Stanford, 1958) is a standar work on twentieth-century social and political transformation. Chapter 5 deals with modern Chile.

Of an interpretive nature are the conservative Alberto Edwards Vives' La fronda aristocrática: Historia política de Chile firt published in 1928, now in its fifth reprinting; his work in collaboration with Eduardo Frei Montalva , Historia de los partidos políticos chilenos ( Santiago, 1944); and, from the conservative viewpoint, Jorge de la Cuadra Poissón, La revolución que viene ( Santiago, 1931). The cooperative effort Desarrollo de Chile en la primera mitad del siglo XX, 2 vols. ( Santiago, n.d.) has essays on society, economics, industry, mining, politics, and labor. The

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One - The Politics of Change, 1920-1924 7
  • 2. Year of the Lion 19
  • 3. White Anarchy 28
  • Part Two - The Military and the Politics of Change 1924-1927 45
  • 5. Military Rule 67
  • 6. the Mission Continues 88
  • Part Three - Politics on the Military's Terms, 1927-931 115
  • 8. the Institutionalized Mission 134
  • 9. the Mission Ends 160
  • Appendixes 177
  • Notes 185
  • Selective Bibliographical Note - On Chilean Politics and the Armed Forces, 1920-31 204
  • Index 213
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