Brazil groups look to channel anger into political action

Brazil groups look to channel anger into political action

Something in Brazil has snapped.After one of the deepest recessions in its modern history, the largest corruption scandal in Latin America and more than a year under what may be the most unpopular president in the world, Brazilians are desperate for something different — so desperate that some are calling for the return of a military dictatorship.But a handful of new organizations are trying to channel that anger into reinvigorating the country's democracy by luring fresh faces into a politic...