Chile’s ongoing uprising has made clear that the country's neoliberal order needs to be overthrown. There’s no better place to start than with the pensions Pinochet sold to private, profit-seeking management companies during his dictatorship.
Noam Titelman is a PhD student at London School of Economics and Political Science and member of Revolución Democrática, a Chilean political party.
Nearly five decades after the coup that overthrew leftist president Salvador Allende, the Chilean left is starting to rebuild power. But it still wrestles with the legacy of the bloody defeat of Allende’s democratic revolution.