This was an agreement signed in Rio de Janeiro among many countries. The main principle stated was that an attack against one country is considered to be an attack against them all.
$230,000 was authorized by the US government to strengthen the Christian Democratic Party and the leader Frei.
The United States supported the candidacy of Montalva in Chile, and supported his government in the implementation of urban and rural reforms.
Elected Chile's President in 1964.
The Johnson Administration authorized $3 million to ensure the election of the PDC Frei to Chilean Presidency
March 25, 1970- US "40 Committee" approved a $125,000 spoiling operation designed to cause Allende's Popular Unity coalition to appear to the Chilean government as very dangerous.
There was a large amount of social and political unrest between the Congress of Chile and the elected socialist President Salvador Allende. Eventually, because of this tension, Allende was overthrown.
After the military coup, concentration camps were set up in Chile that held the thousands of political prisoners arrested for supporting Allende and were blamed for "spreading communism."
No new bank loans were authorized to Chile during the Allende government.