5 pages in length. In spite of significant differences, the revolutions in Chile and Nicaragua share a fundamental common trait: both revolutions failed to consolidate themselves in power and were ultimately unsuccessful. For Nicaragua, this inability to centralize power came from an
authoritarian perspective; for Chile, it was the quest for socialism that drew its motivation from oppressive power. In both instances, however, the aspect of democracy represented the focal point of revolution. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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