In Chile, Liberalism was displaced by Militarism.

Having acceded to the demands of the militants (TIME, Sept. 15), Senor Arturo Alessandri, President of Chile, was forced to tender his resignation. Senate and 'Chamber, however, declined to accept it. They were requested by the President, who had sought shelter in the U. S. Embassy, to reconsider their decision. Again they refused to countenance the presidential resignation.

By this time General Altamirano, who had forced the President to name him Vice President, had succeeded in establishing a military Directorate. Alleged to be baffled by Parliament,...

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