This book has argued that armies played a key political role in the Chilean revolution—hence its three main analytical categories: armies, politics and revolution. It has endorsed Mario Góngora’s hypothesis that warfare was central to the process of state building in Chile, and that the revolution was a prolonged experience that had a permanent effect on Chilean society.
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