Protests in Chile are becoming a regular event, not just by students calling for free higher education, but also among those who are angry over the unequal distribution of wealth in a country which is growing richer by the year. Much criticism is levelled at Chile’s political system, but answers as to why there is such widespread discontent can also be found in the country’s turbulent past and, more importantly, the student generation’s relationship with it.

STUDENTS in Chile have taken to the streets again to demand government reforms in higher education.

Estimates for the number of protesters on Santiago's streets at the end of April 2012 vary from 30,000 to more ...

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Dr. Joseph S. Tulchin
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