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The worst attack on democracy in Brazil since 1964

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It turns out that Brazil is no stranger to attacks on Democracy like the riot in Brasilia. New York University History Professor Ruth Ben-Ghiat lays out for American Voices guest host Symone Sanders-Townsend how a coup in 1964 destroyed Democracy in Brazil. What followed was a brutal military dictatorship that lasted 21 years.