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The Right-Wing Empire Strikes Back in Latin America

Click here for reuse options! This isn't Che Guevara territory anymore. A decade ago left-wing governments, defying Washington and global corporations, took power in Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Venezuela, Uruguay, Bolivia and Ecuador. It seemed as if the tide in Latin America was turning. The interference by Washington and exploitation by international corporations might finally be defeated.
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