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During the 1970s, Salvador Allende's ballot-box-driven socialist revolution was ended by Gen. Augusto Pinochet, who led the country into a period of brutal political repression and economic reforms served up without anesthesia. Daz and Reifenberg ponder the risks of taking on an 11-year-old girl whose brother is a member of the Patriotic Front Manuel Rodrguez (FPMR), the left-wing armed group that battled Pinochet's secret police.
Fresh Look Reifenberg’s understanding of Chile Santiago’
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