A doctor, single mother and an agnostic in a very Catholic country, Chile's first female president discusses the power of female politicians like Hillary Clinton, and Argentina's Cristina Fernandez. Do these women, because of their gender, lead differently?
Then her views on whether the US has violated human rights during it's war on terror? Michelle Bachelet was a torture victim herself under Chile's dictatorship, jailed along with her mother. Her father died in jail a political prisoner. Our discussion on human rights also includes this week's extradition from Chile to Peru of Alberto Fujimori, former president of Peru.
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