Two and a half years ago, newly elected Chilean President Michelle Bachelet vowed to rid Chile of the divisions and mistrust that had captured the nation. These problems come from a decades-old dark past that involved the U.S. government. New documents released this week reveal private conversations between Nixon and Kissinger about attempts to stop Salvador Allende from taking office and thwarting him once he did.
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