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How Maduro is interfering in Venezuela's schools

“In a socialist arepa restaurant, an arepa and a juice cost 12 bolívars. If three families of five people go out to eat, and they consume 21 arepas and 21 juices, how much did they spend?” This simple math problem is part of a new fourth-grade textbook being freely distributed in Venezuela’s schools.

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