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Robert Austin. The State, Literacy, and Popular Education in Chile, 1964-1990. Lexington Books. 2003. 370pp.

Jacques A. Barbier. Reform and Politics in Bourbon Chile, 1755-1796. University of Ottawa Press. 1980. 218pp.

Leslie Bethell (editor). Chile Since Independence. Cambridge University Press. 1993. 240pp.

Frank Bonilla; Myron Glazer. Student Politics in Chile. Basic Books. 1970. 367pp.

Catherine M. Boyle. Chilean Theater, 1973-1985: Marginality, Power, Selfhood. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1992. 226pp.

Ben G. Burnett. Political Groups in Chile: The Dialogue Between Order and Change. University of Texas Press. 1970. 319pp.

Robert N. Burr. By Reason or Force: Chile and the Balancing of Power in South America, 1830-1905. University of California Press. 1965. 322pp.

Simon Collier; William F. Sater. A History of Chile, 1808-2002. Cambridge University Press. 2004. 454pp.

Simon Collier. Chile, the Making of a Republic, 1830-1865: Politics and Ideas. Cambridge University Press. 2003. 271pp.

Annie G. Dandavati. Engendering Democracy in Chile. Peter Lang. 2005. 153pp.

Alexandra Barahona de Brito. Human Rights and Democratization in Latin America: Uruguay and Chile. Oxford University Press. 1997. 333pp.

Stefan De Vylder. Chile 1970-73: The Political Economy of the Rise and Fall of the Unidad Popular. Unga Filosofers Förlag. 1974. 237pp.

Patricia Weiss Fagen. Chilean Universities; Problems of Autonomy and Dependence. Sage Publications. 1973. 52pp.

Bruce W. Farcau. The Ten Cents War: Chile, Peru, and Bolivia in the War of the Pacific, 1879-1884. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2000. 214pp.

Louis C. Faron. The Mapuche Indians of Chile. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1968. 113pp.

Gloria L. Gallardo Fernández. Communal Land Ownership in Chile: The Agricultural Communities in the Commune of Canela, Norte Chico (1600-1998). Ashgate. 2002. 440pp.

Michael J. Francis. The Limits of Hegemony: United States Relations with Argentina and Chile During World War II. University of Notre Dame Press. 1977. 292pp.

Lessie Jo Frazier. Salt in the Sand: Memory, Violence, and the Nation-State in Chile, 1890 to the Present. Duke University Press. 2007. 388pp.

Manuel Antonio Garreton. The Chilean Political Process. Routledge. 1989. 220pp. Translation of El proceso político chileno.

Federico Guillermo Gil. The Political System of Chile. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1966. 323pp.

Ernst Halperin. Nationalism and Communism in Chile. MIT Press. 1965P. 267pp.

Darren G. Hawkins. International Human Rights and Authoritarian Rule in Chile. University of Nebraska Press. 2002. 259pp.

Katherine Hite. When the Romance Ended: Leaders of the Chilean Left, 1968-1998. Columbia University Press. 2000. 246pp.

Ivan Jaksic. Academic Rebels in Chile: The Role of Philosophy in Higher Education and Politics. SUNY Press. 1989. 259pp.

Jon V. Kofas. The Sword of Damocles: U.S. Financial Hegemony in Colombia and Chile, 1950-1970. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2002. 238pp.

Eugene H. Korth. Spanish Policy in Colonial Chile: The Struggle for Social Justice, 1535-1700. Stanford University Press. 1968. 336pp.

Marcus J. Kurtz. Free Market Democracy and the Chilean and Mexican Countryside. Cambridge University Press. 2004. 253pp.

Asuncion Lavrin. Women, Feminism and Social Change in Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay, 1890-1940. University of Nebraska Press. 1998. 491pp.

Brian Loveman. Chile: The Legacy of Hispanic Capitalism. Oxford University Press. 2001. 424pp.

David R. Mares; Francisco Rojas Aravena. The United States and Chile: Coming in from the Cold. Routledge. 2001. 145pp.

Javier Martínez; Alvaro Diaz. Chile: The Great Transformation. Brookings Institution Press. 1996. 156pp.

Manuel Antonio Garretón Merino. Incomplete Democracy: Political Democratization in Chile and Latin America. UNC Press. 2003. 211pp.

Alice A. Nelson. Political Bodies: Gender, History, and the Struggle for Narrative Power in Recent Chilean Literature. Bucknell University Press. 2002. 307pp.

Frederick M. Nunn. The Military in Chilean History: Essays on Civil-military Relations, 1810-1973. University of New Mexico Press. 1976. 343pp.

Lois Hecht Oppenheim. Politics in Chile: Socialism, Authoritarianism, and Market Democracy. Basic Books. 2007. 316pp.

Lois Hecht Oppenheim. Politics in Chile: Democracy, Authoritarianism, and the Search for Development. Westview Press. 1998. 304pp.

James F. Petras; Morris H. Morley. The United States and Chile: Imperialism and the Overthrow of the Allende Government. Monthly Review Press. 1975. 217pp.

Fredrick B. Pike. Chile and the United States, 1880-1962: The Emergence of Chile's Social Crisis and the Challenge to United States Diplomacy. University of Notre Dame Press. 1963. 466pp.

Margaret Power. Right-Wing Women in Chile: Feminine Power and the Struggle Against Allende, 1964-1973. Penn State Press. 2002. 311pp.

John L. Rector. The History of Chile. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2003. 297pp.

Karen L. Remmer. Party Competition in Argentina and Chile: Political Recruitment and Public Policy, 1890-1930. University of Nebraska Press. 1984. 296pp.

William F. Sater; Holger H. Herwig. The Grand Illusion: The Prussianization of the Chilean Army. University of Nebraska Press. 1999. 247pp.

Mary Helen Spooner. Soldiers in a Narrow Land: The Pinochet Regime in Chile. University of California Press. 1999. 305pp.

Steve J. Stern. Battling for Hearts and Minds: Memory Struggles in Pinochet's Chile, 1973-1988. Duke University Press. 2006. 538pp.

Hannah W. Stewart-Gambino. The Church and Politics in the Chilean Countryside. Westview Press. 1992. 200pp.

Juan Gabriel Valdés. Pinochet's Economists: The Chicago School in Chile. Cambridge University Press. 1995. 334pp.

Arturo Valenzuela. Military Rule in Chile: Dictatorship and Oppositions. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1986. 331pp.

Arturo Valenzuela. The Breakdown of Democratic Regimes: Chile. Johns Hopkins University Press. 1978. 140pp.

Gregory Bart Weeks. The Military and Politics in Postauthoritarian Chile. University of Alabama Press. 2003. 208pp.

Miles D. Wolpin. Cuban Foreign Policy and Chilean Politics. Heath Lexington Books. 1972. 414pp.

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