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June 19, 1988 | JAMES F. SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Fifteen years after a coup brought down Chile's elected government in a climate of turmoil that was helped by covert U.S. funding, American money is again a factor in Chilean politics. This time, however, the funding is not coming through the CIA, but openly, after approval by Congress. The goal now is to end the dictatorship that replaced the last elected government, and to restore democratic rule. Opposition groups are spending $1.36 million in U.S.
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June 19, 1988 | JAMES F. SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Fifteen years after a coup brought down Chile's elected government in a climate of turmoil that was helped by covert U.S. funding, American money is again a factor in Chilean politics. This time, however, the funding is not coming through the CIA, but openly, after approval by Congress. The goal now is to end the dictatorship that replaced the last elected government, and to restore democratic rule. Opposition groups are spending $1.36 million in U.S.
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