RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Up to a little over two weeks ago, journalism student Alba Ñaupas, 21, a resident of El Agustino, a lower-middle-class neighborhood in eastern Lima, Peru, had never taken part in a rally. But on the night of November 9th, when she learned that Congress had ousted President Martín Vizcarra, she did not hesitate for a second.
Outraged at what she saw as politicians taking advantage of the system . . .