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In Stunning Display of Popular Will, Protests in Bolivia to Chile Force Public Reckoning of “Chicago Boy” Economics — Alan Macleod

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Like in Bolivia, the strength of public opinion in Chile was so immense that the government, led by Chile’s richest man Sebastian Piñera, immediately conceded.“Yesterday Bolivia, today Chile, tomorrow Ecuador”Mint Press NewsIn Stunning Display of Popular Will, Protests in Bolivia to Chile Force Public Reckoning of “Chicago Boy” EconomicsBut it isn't over yet.Times Editorial Lets Slip Joe Biden’s Latin America Policy: More Obama-Style CoupsAlan MacleodSee alsoHow many years did it take? “Chicago Boy” Economics has a lot to answer for.The ConversationChile abolishes its dictatorship-era constitution in groundbreaking vote for a more inclusive democracyJennifer M. Piscopo, Associate Professor of Politics, Occidental College, and Peter Siavelis, Professor, Department of Political Science and

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Like in Bolivia, the strength of public opinion in Chile was so immense that the government, led by Chile’s richest man Sebastian Piñera, immediately conceded.

“Yesterday Bolivia, today Chile, tomorrow Ecuador”

Mint Press NewsIn Stunning Display of Popular Will, Protests in Bolivia to Chile Force Public Reckoning of “Chicago Boy” Economics


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How many years did it take? “Chicago Boy” Economics has a lot to answer for.

The Conversation
Chile abolishes its dictatorship-era constitution in groundbreaking vote for a more inclusive democracy
Jennifer M. Piscopo, Associate Professor of Politics, Occidental College, and Peter Siavelis, Professor, Department of Political Science and International Affairs, Wake Forest University




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