Culture Shock! Chile: A Survival Guide to Customs and by Susan Roraff;Laura Camacho

By Susan Roraff;Laura Camacho

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The Concertación Following the victory of the ‘No’ campaign, a presidential election was called for December 1989 to choose a transitional government. The Christian Democrats joined with the ‘democratic left’—the Socialist Party and the Party for Democracy (PPD) and a number of fringe parties—to form the Concertación. Although political parties had been outlawed during the military regime, the large parties were never fully disbanded. The Concertación chose Patricio Aylwin, a Christian Democrat, as its candidate.

As time passed, however, and General Pinochet consolidated his power, it 30 CultureShock! Chile became apparent that he was there to stay. In January 1974, Pinochet announced that the military regime would remain in power for no less than five years. The Chicago Boys After having ‘secured’ the country by ridding it of the communists and socialists, the military immediately turned to the economy. A number of civilian technocrats who had been educated at the University of Chicago proposed radical adjustments in economic policy.

Because they were organised, it was easy for the Spaniards to bring them under control. The Mapuche (people of the land), who lived south of the BíoBío River, were fierce warriors. Not only were they successful in repelling the Incan warriors, but they also proved to be a formidable enemy of the Spanish. In fact, their resistance made Chile the most difficult country in the hemisphere Overview of Land and History 21 to conquer. The Chilean government did not actually gain control of this region until the mid 19th century.

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