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50 Years Ago, Brazil Virtually Legalized Torture and Censorship

By João Ricardo Dornelles

On Dec. 13, 1968, Brazil’s last military dictatorship sharply curtailed dissent. A special edition of “The Long View,” AQ’s recurring feature on Latin American history. READ MORE

For Mexico’s New President, Power Comes With Symbolic Change

By Benjamin Russell

Why Andrés Manuel López Obrador turned the presidential palace into the people’s house. READ MORE

What We Learned from the AMLO Transition

By Duncan Wood

A look at hegemonic ambition and Mexico’s new government. READ MORE
 

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