25 November 1874|
3 April 1932|
|Occupation||Politician, lawyer and historian|
He was member of the Montt-Varist Party, and was deputy from 1909 to 1912 representing Valparaíso and Casablanca. In 1915 he founded Nationalist Party along with Francisco Antonio Encina and Guillermo Subercaseaux.
Edwards served as a Minister of Finances in the government of Emiliano Figueroa Larraín, from November 1926 to February 1927. In the government of Carlos Ibáñez del Campo, he headed several Ministers: Education, from October 1930 to April 1931; External Relations, in July 1931; and Justice, in late 1931.
- "Luis Alberto Edwards Vives". Biblioteca del Congreso Nacional (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 September 2015.
- "Alberto Edwards: La Fronda Aristocrática en Chile". Memoria Chilena (in Spanish). Retrieved 25 September 2015.
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