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Honduran Coup’s Impact
June 2019 marks ten years since then President of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, was ousted in a military coup.
In this program, Dr. Dana Frank, author of the Long Honduran Night, examines the long term impact of the coup in Honduras, and the evolution of resistance movements in its aftermath.
Special thanks to KFPA for the recording.
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