Class Conflict and Economic Development in Chile, 1958-1973

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Class Conflict and Economic Development in Chile, 1958-1973

By Barbara Stallings
Stanford University Press, 1978
286 pp. $18.50
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The author judges the Allende experiment against the background of the Alessandri and Frei governments. Integration of political and economic analysis is emphasized through a focus on bridging factors such as social class, the state, the foreign sector. The underlying theory is Marxist, with Keynesian variations.

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