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10 de Enero de 2011

Chip Berlet habla sobre el artículo "The Becking of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords” (Gabrielle Giffords como víctima de incitaciones veladas a la violencia)

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Hablamos con Chip Berlet, coautor de "Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort” (Populismo de derecha en Estados Unidos: incómodamente cercano). En su último artículo sobre el atentado de Arizona, Berlet escribe: “Desde un punto de vista moral, la representante Gabrielle Giffords es víctima de demagogos como Glenn Beck y sus aliados de Fox News y del movimiento del Tea Party. No se trata de responsabilidad legal, sino culpabilidad moral. Se trata de un país que ha perdido el norte en asuntos de moral".

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