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1) A political party of the right, formed in 1935 and dissolved in 1937, when it fused with the *Unión Republicana. The Executive President of Acción Nacional was Eulogio *Sánchez Erráruriz, who had also been the founder of the *Milicia Republicana. The party's ideology was: to oppose all extremist ideas; to oppose dictatorships; and to create a new political force to give Chile a strong and effective government. Its objectives included the establishment of liberty and justice for all men, the protection of private property, and the formation of a corporative state.

Its membership was 45,761 in 1936, and 58,071 in 1945, and was overwhelmingly middle and upper class. Its relationship with the *Falange Nacional was distant. R. and promoting Catholic participation in Marxist-led *trade unions. In the 1950s it spawned a number of specialized branches. Those promoting working class participationJuventud Obrera Católica and *Acción Sindical Chilena (ASICH)had little success, but the two Catholic student movements, Acción Universitaria Católica (AUC), formed in 1955, and Juventud Estudantil Catolica (JEC), were Chile's only effective non-Marxist national student organizations and produced many future *Partido Demócrata Cristiano leaders.

In 1823 Ramón *Freire Serrano was able to secure the total abolition of slavery in Chile. The subsequent fate of the 4,000 freed slaves is puzzling. Many of them joined José de *San Martin's Ejército de los *Andes, reputed to have included 1,500 former slaves. San Martín's reference to his Blacks and mulattoes as "the best infantry soldier we have" may have indicated a readiness to squander them wherever the fighting was fiercest, but it does not explain why there were allegedly only 100 Blacks left in Chile by 1827.

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