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  • Opinion: Chile's political transition will not impede relief

    Opinion: Chile's political transition will not impede relief

    By Matthew A. Johnson
    Matthew A. Johnson
    Published: March 4, 2010

    Matthew A. Johnson is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Government. He is conducting dissertation field research in Santiago, Chile, and shares his thoughts about the upcoming political changing of the guard.

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      anit graphiste paris said on Nov. 24, 2010 at 4:25 a.m.
      Too much troubles with that damn earthquake in Chile. Politicals only think about reelections.
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      Free Dora Explorer Games said on Aug. 24, 2010 at 4:39 p.m.
      What really surprised me about the earthquakes in Chile was that there wasn't nearly the outpouring of support and relief that we saw in the Haiti disaster. I'm not sure if it was a political move by those in power to show that they had a strong enough infrastructure that they didn't need outside help, or maybe they truly had it handled. For the people who were affected, I hope they truly did.
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