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Why Won’t Maduro Let US Aid Into Venezuela? History

WorldNews Wednesday, 6 March 2019
Why Won’t Maduro Let US Aid             Into Venezuela? HistoryBy Ted Snider March 05, 2019 "Information Clearing House" - The mainstream media is full of images and stories of Venezuela’s inhumanely authoritarian leader Nicolás Maduro pushing American offerings of humanitarian aid away from Venezuela’s border with Columbia. The mainstream media serves us up our offerings of news as if each headline story was an isolated event, floating alone on an a historical sea, unmoored from the events that came before it. Severed from its causes and context, the event can be created for the public in an original, but misleading, way. Restoring the history can clarify the story and prevent its misappropriation. In the current case of U.S. aid to...
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