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Salvador Allende's Legacy Thriving 40 Years After Chile Coup

  • Aired: 1/11/2013
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Socialist President Salvador Allende avoided surrender by shooting himself with an assault rifle, ending Chile's experiment in nonviolent revolution and beginning 17 years of dictatorship. But as the nation marks the 40th anniversary of the coup led by Gen. Pinochet, Allende's legacy is thriving.

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