Carlos Minc never wanted to grow up to be the environment minister of Brazil. The self-described former "student militant revolutionary," who spent time behind bars in the 1960s for resisting his country's military dictatorship, had more grandiose goals in his younger years. "I wanted to be Che Guevara," he said.
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