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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Chilean uprising is a matter for 'muchachos' (youths). Sometimes, almost children. Students have been rebelling for over a decade against the educational system implemented by Augusto Pinochet and against the legacy of the dictatorship. This time, they have garnered the support of a large portion of Chilean society.

"We have become accustomed to violence, we have nothing to lose," says Víctor Chanfreau, 17, spokesman for the assembly of . . .

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