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Tribune and Chile

‘The tragedy of Tuesday’s military coup in Chile will not, I think, be the end of the affair. It is a tragedy of overwhelming proportions for Chile, for Latin America, and for socialists everywhere.’

From the far side of the Atlantic, Tribune recognised the fateful Chilean events of 11 September 1973, marking the death of President Salvador Allende and the violent overthrow of his left-wing Unidad Popular government as a moment of epochal significance. Penning the then-paper’s initial statement on the breaking news, Tribunite Labour MP Judith Hart lamented […]

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