INDEX
Abaitua Acevedo, Manuel, 37
Abarca, Sabino, 306-7nI7
Abortion, 197-98
Accidents, mining, 33, 129-33, 140-41,
31 7nn9-1O
Aceituno, Carmen, 19
Acevedo Jara, Efrain, 46
Achurra Achurra, Jorge Emilio, 164
Activists, blacklisting of, 54
AFL
(American Federation of Labor),
262
Agricultural exports: decline in,
20; tenant farmers evicted by
landowners, 31-32
Aguillera Yanez, Angel Custodio,
190-91
Aguirre Cerda, Pedro, 73, 75, 98-
99, II9; Chilenidad movement
of, II5, 121; criticizes Alessandri,
106; on education, 120; and for-
eign investors, 105-6, II3; on the
ineffectiveness of the Popular Front,
229-30; on labor/capital harmony,
II6-17; and landowners/industrial-
ists, 104-5, II3; meets with El
Teniente workers, 103, 107-9;
nationalist rhetoric of, II3; on
nationalization of copper/nitrate
mines, 106, 108; represses unions,
231-32; wins the presidency, 313n2.
See
also
Popular Front
Alcoholism, 122. See
also
Drinking,
gambling, and sexual culture
Alessandri, Jorge, 275-77
Alessandri Palma, Arturo, 75-76,
78, 88-89, 33In!?; criticized by
Aguirre Cerda, 106; national labor
movement under, 93-100
Allende, Salvador, 120, 275-76, 282,
291-93. See
also
UP
Alvarez, Humberto, 262
American Federation of Labor
(AFL),
262
American Smelting and Refining
Company
(ASRCO;
U.S.), 26
Anaconda Copper Company (U.S.),
274; blacklists activists, 54; Chilean
support of, 56; Chuquicamata mine,
27,32, 54, 267, 270, 276; El Salvador
mine, 276, 277; negotiates with
Gonzalez Videla administration,
263, 265; purchases Chilean mines,
27
Anarchists: government repression of,
78; union leadership of, 298n2
Annabalan, Coronel Mario, 52
Asenjo, Domingo, 161
ASRCO
(American Smelting and
Refining Company; U.S.), 26
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