RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After the ousting of Evo Morales, hatred penetrates the neighborhoods of Bolivia's traditional urban, white, middle classes like a dense nightly fog. Their eyes are filled with anger. They do not shout, they spit; they do not request, they compel.
Their songs are not about hope or brotherhood, but about contempt and discrimination against the Indians. They ride their motorcycles, they get on their pickups, they gather in their fraternities and private universities and go on a hunt for Indians who have dared to snatch power from them.
In the case of Santa Cruz, they . . .