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In Brazil, Enormous Stadiums Stand as Symbols of Frustration

  • Aired: 06/21/2013
  • 04:57
  • Rating: NR
At least a million Brazilian protesters flocked to the streets overnight. Margaret Warner talks with Matthew Cowley, Sao Paulo bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, about how worries about an economic slowdown and Brazil's upcoming hosting of major sports events have helped fuel the massive public protests.
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