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El “milagro chileno” y las razones de una crisis social y política

November 1, 2019

El mes de octubre de 2019 tiene todos los componentes como para entrar a los libros de historia. Lo que partió como un llamado de estudiantes secundarios a evadir el pago de los pasajes de metro, para protestar por la suba de tarifas, terminó por transformarse en una serie de movilizaciones nacionales de gran escala.

Rossana Castiglioni
Universidad Diego Portales

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