On September 25 the government of Bolivia's first indigenous president, Evo Morales, cracked down on indigenous protestors opposed to a highway project. Adam talks to Kathryn Ledebur of the Andean Information Network about the incident and its political fallout. (See also Ms. Ledebur's September 26 analysis, "Turning Point for Morales," on the Andean Information Network website.)
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