By David E. Hojman
Provides a research of the possibilities and risks of Chile's transition from Pinochet's authoritarian, neo-liberalism within the Nineteen Seventies and Nineteen Eighties, to democratic agricultural improvement within the Nineties. foreign specialists handle concerns reminiscent of continuity and alter in policymaking and legitimacy.
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Additional info for Change in the Chilean Countryside: From Pinochet to Aylwin and Beyond
Thus it would not be too far fetched to argue that in some respects the Pinochet regime represented a continuismo of the Frei period - minus, of course, the imposition of a dictatorship. This provocative statement might, in turn, explain Aylwin's continuity (plus democratisation, of course) rather than arguments about leyes de amarre,13 not wanting to rock the boat, the need to overcome the shock and trauma of the past, seeking reconciliation, and so on. My argument is thus only apparently provocative as it can be used to legitimise Aylwin's continuity which can be interpreted as essentially a continuation of those elements of Pinochet's policies which originated during Frei's government.
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Change in the Chilean Countryside: From Pinochet to Aylwin and Beyond by David E. Hojman