Narrow but Endlessly Deep: The Struggle for Memorialisation in Chile Since the Transition to Democracy
On 11 September 1973, the Chilean Chief of the Armed Forces, Augusto Pinochet, overthrew the Popular Unity government of Salvador Allende and installed a military dictatorship. By 1990, when Pinochet stood down after an unsuccessful referendum to legitimate himself, the danger to conservative Chile had passed. The country was uneasy but stable, and the possibility of a second Cuba remote. The victory of the right had come at a heavy price to the small nation. By 1990, beginning what is known in...[Show more]
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