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Interviews of eight men who played leading roles in the debates and developments that defined Chiles economic life from the late 1930s-60s. Among the more interesting are those of Jorge Marshall, head of the Central Bank, Aníbal Pinto of CEPAL, entrepreneur Eugenio Heiremans, and Sergio Molina, who held important policy-making positions in the Ibáñez, Alessandri, and Frei governments –Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.


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