Chile: Travel Ban

Chile's Christian Democrat Eduardo Frei and Castro-loving Marxist Salvador Allende were the best of friends until two years ago—when they both ran for the presidency. After a bitter campaign, Frei rolled up the biggest electoral plurality in his country's history (56%). Since then, the two have been the best of enemies. Last month Allende managed to win election as head of the Chilean Senate. Quietly, he organized a strong Senate opposition of Communists, socialists and middle-roading Radicals, all of whom had managed to stall most of Frei's legislative requests. Last week Allende savored his revenge...

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