Hugo Chavez: The 48-hour Coup

Hugo Chavez was no stranger to coup d’états – he attempted to launch one himself in 1992. However, for about 48 hours in 2002, he was overthrown and no longer considered the President of Venezuela. His supporters alleged that the United States government was behind the short-lived overthrow. Does this hold a grain of truth, or is it another piece of inflammatory propaganda? Tune in to learn more in our first episode on the life, rule and death of Hugo Chavez.

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