You can tell a lot about a candidate's foreign policy by the way they've responded to the right-wing coup in Bolivia. Bernie Sanders immediately called out the coup by name. Elizabeth Warren did not.
Kevin Cashman is a senior associate at the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC. The views expressed here are his own.
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