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CIA Coup in Guatemala

Program #ROEP001. Recorded in Boulder, CO on November 06, 1990.

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Philip Roettinger

Philip Roettinger was a CIA officer involved in the 1954 coup in Guatemala which overthrew the democraticaly-elected government of Jacobo Arbenz. He later became a critic of the agency. He died in January 2002. Interviewed by David Barsamian. 

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