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After the coup and the death of Allende, Pinochet and his Chicago Boys did their best to dismantle Chile's public sphere, auctioning off state enterprises . these are the #'s in the chicago daily defender that sonny boy is running for the weekend / thru *****
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The author managed to skillfully illustrate the politics behind Pinochet's decision to side with the Chicago boys. He also captured how the shift to market freedom required an inherent shift against political freedom, although there is a hint of ideology behind this claim.4/5.
This book tells the extraordinary story of the Pinochet regime's economists, known as the Chicago Boys. Following their training as economists at the University of Chicago, they took advantage of the opportunity afforded them by the military coup to launch the first radical free market strategy implemented in a developing country/5(6).
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Alan gets a job, and the family anxiously saves money for the trip to Chicago. Summary: Chapter CHICAGO BOYS is their story from their student days through the dictatorship, told by the Chicago Boys themselves.
Could their program for 'economic freedom,' such a drastic restructuring of the Chilean economy, only have been implemented by an authoritarian regime? What were they willing to do to achieve their goals?