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government of rancher Getulio Vargas, who launches a populist revolution (end of the "Old Republic") 1930: One million Europeans immigrated to Argentina in one decade, 31% of the population is foreign-born, 46% of Argentinians live in the province of Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires has two million people, literacy is 60%, 1930: The military, led by lieutenant colonel Luis Sanchez Cerro, overthrow Leguia in Peru, opening the age of the "tripartite" political system (the military, APRA and PCP) Sep 1930: A coup overthrows Hipolito Yrigoyen and installs Uriburu again, the beginning of military intervention in Argentina's politics 1930: The liberal Enrique Olaya Herrera is appointed president of Colombia, returning the liberals to power after four decades 1931: Cuba's population grows from 1.6 million in 1899 to 4 million, thanks to European immigration and improved health care Jul 1931: Chile's president Ibanez is forced to resign by strikes by workers, students and lawyers Jul 1932: More than 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student riots and strikes against the military, Joao Goulart of Brazil is deposed by the military and replaced by army marshal Humberto Castelo-Branco 1965: Fidel Castro allows one million Cubans over five years to leave Cuba and settle in the USA, while Che Guevara leaves Cuba to promote revolutions in other countries (Congo and Bolivia) Jan 1966: Cuba hosts the "Solidarity Conference of the Peoples of Africa, Asia and Latin America" 1967: Cuba revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara, who was trying to spread the communist revolution to Latin America, is killed by USA agents in Bolivia 1967: Guatemala's writer Miguel Angel Asturias wins a Nobel Prize, the first one awarded to Latin America 1967: 700 landowners own 50% of Peru's land, or 2% of the population owns 90% of the productive land Oct 1968: As inflation reaches 150%, Fernando Belaunde Terry of Peru is deposed by a leftist military revolution led by general Juan Velasco Alvarado, who enacts a massive socialist-inspired agrarian reform Aug 1969: Following a stroke by Costa e Silva, the military appoint general Emilio Garrastazu Medici as president of Brazil, but guerrillas fight against the government through kidnappings and bombings 1969: The Andean Common Market is formed by Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador and Peru 1970: The conservative Misael Pastrana Borrero is elected president of Colombia, narrowly defeating former dictator Rojas Pinilla, but anarchy still reigns Nov 1970: The left-wing Unidad Popular led by Salvador Allende wins 36.3% of votes in democratic elections in Chile against 34.9% for right-wing Partido Nacional and 27.8% of the Christian Democrats, and Allende becomes the first Marxist politician in the world to be elected democratically, and begins a program of nationalization of foreign companies (copper, coal, steel) and distribution of land to the poor against an opposition that enjoys a majority in parliament 1970: Peak of the Tupamaros insurgency in Uruguay, with kidnappings and 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