CHILE: Without Revolution

Only last year short, swart Senor Don Carlos Guillermo Davila, potent Chilean publisher, was hobnobbing in Washington with President Hoover and many another man of property. Senor Davila, as Chilean Ambassador and a leading negotiator in setting up the Chilean-U. S. nitrate trust (Cosach), looked and acted as though he would be the last man on earth to propose State Socialism. Last week he suddenly proposed it to the Chilean people in a bulky manifesto of 20,000 words, was accused of wanting to make himself President by a coup d'état.

Senor Davila ceased to be Ambassador and returned to Santiago...

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