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#LaSalida? Venezuela At A Crossroads
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The Nation
Ukraine. Bosnia. Venezuela. Tear gas. Masks. Water cannons. Ours is an age of riots and rebellions, of radical self-creation in the heady streets: Spain’s indignados, the Occupy movement, Mexico’s Yo Soy 132, and of course the Arab Spring.

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  • Miguel
    Excellent context.

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