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Santiago: The Author, No Date. Paperback. 78p., illus., wrps. Memoir of the personal secretary of President Montero (1879-1959), who was overthrown by military coup (June 4, 1932) after he instituted a state of martial law to combat demonstrations against his government's handling of an economic crisis.
Santiago de Chile, Universidad de Chile: Instituto de Economía y Planificación, [?], 1970. Paperback. 96, (2)p., illus., tables, graphics, bibl., wrps (pages yellowing). Includes the following chapters: "Algunos aspectos de la teoría de la producción" and "La industria chilena. Cuantificación de la elasticidad de sustitución"
Buenos Aires: Ediciones Simurg (Cuadernos de Antaño), 2008. First edition. Paperback. 152p., wrps. Between January and February 1934, Argentine writer Roberto Arlt traveled south on assignment for the newspaper "El Mundo". The texts -- which were then published as a daily column called "Patagonian Etchings" -- are compiled in this.....
Santiago de Chile, Editorial del Pacífico, 1961. Paperback. 284, (2)p., tables, wrps (pages yellowing). Explored topics are divided into the following categories: "America Latina en el Mundo Subdesarrollado", "Factores Economicos y no Economicos del Desarrollo" and "Funcion Dinamica de la Industrializacion"
Valparaíso, Chile, Imprenta de "La Patria" 1888. Hardcover. 420, (1)p., boards, (pages yellowing and foxing, new cloth). An historical exploration into Chilean literary production and politics particular to 1888. With references to José Echegaray, (1832-1916); Isidoro Errázuriz, (1835-1898); José Ignacio Zenteno, (1786-1847); Rafael Barazarte; and Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna, (1831-1886), among.....