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Grabbing power in Venezuela

February 10, 2007

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Hugo Chávez, the Venezuelan president, insults George Bush and helps the poor. Some would call that a splendid combination, but behind those splashy actions lies a combination of economic policies and political stratagems that bode ill for his country and that need to be changed. The Bush administration, which winked at an attempted coup in 2002, is in no position ... (Full article: 908 words)

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