A Conversation with Eduardo Galeano
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A Conversation with Eduardo Galeano

Marie Arana talks with Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano, whose "Open Veins of Latin America" was given to President Barack Obama from Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez. Galeano's most recent work is "Mirrors: Stories of Almost Everyone." Edited by Mike Schmuhl/The Washington Post

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