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In what way were the 1988 elections that voted out the Chilean dictator Pinochet initially a failure? He used a coup to regain power and resist democratic reforms. He defied the election results
and stayed in power for two more years. He used the election to persecute democracy reformer Michelle Bachelet. He defied the election results by forcing the military to retake power.
The way that the 1988 elections voted out the Chilean dictator Pinochet initially a failure is because He used the election to persecute democracy reformer Michelle Bachelet.
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User: In what way were the 1988 elections that voted out the Chilean dictator Pinochet initially a failure? He used a coup to regain power and resist democratic reforms. He defied the election results and stayed in power for two more years. He used the election to persecute democracy reformer Michelle Bachelet. He defied the election results by forcing the military to retake power.

Weegy: The way that the 1988 elections voted out the Chilean dictator Pinochet initially a failure is because He used the election to persecute democracy reformer Michelle Bachelet.
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Weegy: The Meiji Restoration was a smooth process toward reform. Many Japanese resisted the reforms of the Meiji Restoration.
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