Covert Action in Chile, 1963-1973
This 1975 report by a U.S. Senate committee details US involvement in the destabilization and overthrow of the democratically-elected Marxist government of Salvador Allende.
"Ford Country: Building an Elite for Indonesia," 1975
David Ransom traces the origin and policies of the Berkeley Mafia, the economic advisers to Indonesian dictator Suharto.
"U.S. Officials' Lists Aided Indonesian Bloodbath in '60s," 1990
reporter Kathy Kadane exposes how the United States played a "significant role" in the massacre of 250,000 Indonesian communists by providing the Indonesian army with names of suspected Party members.
"Silent Settlement," 1965
magazine briefly highlights some of the atrocious crimes committed against Indonesian communists in 1965.
The International Telephone and Telegraph Company and Chile, 1970–71
This 1973 US Senate report reveals how prominent US corporations worked to destabilize Allende’s government.
Arnold Harberger, "Letter to a Younger Generation," 1998
In a speech delivered to Argentine economists in 1998, Harberger reflected on the role of economists and argued that economists can serve "as antibodies to combat anti-economic ideas and policies."