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Why is a nearly 200-year old document still relevant today?
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And how the U.S. government has violated these principles of international law in the past.
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Contrary to what most believe, a military intervention in South America would be unprecedented
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His career stretches back through some of the most sordid instances of US intervention and brutality.
SOURCE: CBS News
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Socialism was a proven failure, but Hugo Chávez got his countrymen to try it.
by Michelle Mayhew-Shears
It would be in the long-term interest of the United States.
by Manny Chavez
It was obvious to our embassy that disaster loomed.
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