Nation: REPORT ON THE PEACE CORPS

SHADING their eyes against the sun, two men talked in the empty schoolyard in the crossroads village of San Manuel, Chile, 60 miles south of Santiago. In the distance loomed the snowcapped Andes; near by, a quacking duck led five grey ducklings in and out of an irrigation ditch. "We had a community meeting last night." said Sandoval Córdoba, the school's headmaster. "It went better than last time. Six men are going to build the chicken house. Five others are interested in the brooder." Replied Emory Tomor, 24, of Reseda, Calif., a member of...

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