By Jennifer M. Piscopo and Peter Siavelis (*)
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - One year ago, Chileans took their anger over inequality and injustice to the streets, insisting that redressing the nation's deep structural problems would require more than reform. They said Chile would need a new constitution with more rights and better social protection.
Soon they will learn whether the rest of the country agrees with their diagnosis.
On Sunday, October 25th, Chile will hold a referendum that asks voters two questions: Should Chile convene a constitutional convention to write a brand-new constitution? If so, who should write that . . .