31 October 2020 — (Wall Street International)* — On September 4, 1970, at the height of the Cold War, an unprecedented page was written in the history of Chile and of the world’s left: For the first time, in a distant Third World country, but one with a solid democracy, a Marxist candidate supported by a left-wing coalition – the Unidad Popular (Popular Unity) – whose central axis were the socialist and communist parties, triumphed in the presidential elections.

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