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There can be little doubt that the United States government has traditionally regarded Latin America as its backyard, getting involved openly in the politics of many countries, including Chile and Venezuela, and less directly in others. This documentary by the campaigning journalist John Pilger is a fierce attack on US policy in Latin America. It is a powerful piece of film-making, and one that makes no pretence of journalistic neutrality - you get one side of the story very clearly.
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