Bolivia's Upheaval Carries Anti-American Tone

Last week's massive political protests in Bolivia had strong anti-American undercurrents. Many of Bolivia's poor and middle class resent the United States for its inflexible narcotics policy and the U.S. government's tendency to dictate to the Bolivian government. NPR's Martin Kaste reports from La Paz.

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