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In this interview, historians Mario Garcés Durán and Peter Winn discuss the emergence of the estallido social, or social uprising, that began in Santiago de Chile in October 2019 and quickly spread throughout the country. The two historians also consider connections between past and present, in particular the legacies of the Popular Unity revolution (1970–3), in which both were active participants.doi:10.14324/111.444.ra.2021.v6.1.007 fatcat:chogt2ygsjhe5p437s723wq6ti