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On September 11, 1973 Chile faced mass massacres, a coup, and violence against individuals exercises their right to protest. Over 20,000 people were killed in numerous massacres throughout the country. The coup was formed by the United States to overthrow a democratically elected president. Included is also a brief description of inhumane working/living conditions that Mexican farm workers faced in Canada.
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Puerto Rico, Canada
El Malcriado Newspaper Collection
Archives & Special Collections of California State University, Monterey Bay
"International News: Noticias Internacionales" (1973). United States Government. 28.