President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela salutes at a rally in Caracas, Dec. 3, 2015. Three years ago, Maduro's opponents had little traction among the lower- and lower-middle classes in Caracas, but shortages and other economic problems have changed the mood considerably.
President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela salutes at a rally in Caracas, Dec. 3, 2015. Three years ago, Maduro's opponents had little traction among the lower- and lower-middle classes in Caracas, but shortages and other economic problems have changed the mood considerably. Meridith Kohut The New York Times
President Nicolas Maduro of Venezuela salutes at a rally in Caracas, Dec. 3, 2015. Three years ago, Maduro's opponents had little traction among the lower- and lower-middle classes in Caracas, but shortages and other economic problems have changed the mood considerably. Meridith Kohut The New York Times

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