Chile’s Student-Protester Generation Plays With Constitutional Chaos

Augusto Pinochet’s legacy hasn’t aged well in the era of cancel culture (and for good reason). However, it’s fair to say that Chile’s current, pro-free market constitution, drafted in 1980 during his regime, has served the country well, bringing staggering economic success by Latin American and even global standards. But in an October 2020 referendum, […]