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David Gordon Green's star-studded film is a middling comedy about the humdrum conflicts between American meddlers in Bolivia's 2002 election Meanwhile, the Bolivians in it are as invisible as most of the slaves in "Gone With the Wind"David Gordon Green's star-studded film is a middling comedy about the internecine conflicts between American meddlers in Bolivia's 2002 election".

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It’s hard to fathom why Western media seem to buy into the US government’s demonization of Venezuela’s democratically elected socialist government and yet essentially give a pass to countries (Mexico, anyone?) with clearly corrupt and discredited leadershipIt’s hard to fathom why Western media seem to buy into U demonization of Venezuela’s democratically elected socialist government and yet essentially give a pass to countries (Mexico, anyone?) with clearly corrupt and discredited leadership.

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One of our most trenchant critics of corporate capitalism deplores the rise of an "extreme center" that has seized control of the political process and wages endless war while doing the bidding of global corporations Our only hope, he says, is revolt One of our most trenchant critics of corporate capitalism deplores the rise of an "extreme center" that has seized control of the political process and does the bidding of corporations .

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A week of protests in Venezuela resulted in the deaths of three people and more than 20 injured Wednesday, leaving President Nicolas Maduro in a struggle to restrain discontent among opposition groups and radical elements of his Chavista movement.

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"Chavismo," the left-wing movement that blossomed around deceased Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez over the past decade, "comfortably" won municipal elections throughout the country this month, "consolidating President Maduro's leadership, and further enhancing Venezuelan democracy," writes a leader of the populist Venezuela Solidarity Campaign.

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