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Contemporary historians and humanists consider her to be one of the most important 20th-century public figures in Chile [2]. When Caffarena was young the family moved to Santiago from Iquique [2]. Caffarena attended the University of Chile , and her time there was very influential in her career [2]. During this work she met her husband, Jorge Jiles. Caffarena devoted much of her life to the struggle for women's emancipation.

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There is very little to this article which makes discerning if there are any biases difficult. It does not start with mentioning that she has a journalist granddaughter, but it was included.

There are currently only two sources used, one is a book that discusses all of the Latin American countries and how they changed over time. The other is a biography of her life written by the Chilean national library. This source is in Spanish and as a non-speaker I am not sure how helpful it will be, it may cite other sources that are in English which would be helpful.

I will improve this article by adding much more content too it. Fleshing out the details of the work she did, and of her life. I could also add a section on how her work was received if there is any information on this. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

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Contemporary historians and humanists consider her to be one of the most important 20th-century public figures in Chile. When Caffarena was young the family moved to Santiago from Iquique. Caffarena attended the University of Chile, and her time there was very influential in her career. During this work she met her husband, Jorge Jiles. Caffarena devoted much of her life to the struggle for women's emancipation. Her granddaughter is the journalist Pamela Jiles.

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