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 What does"coup de grace"mean?

Answer "Coup de grace," which is French for blow of mercy, means the finishing blow that seals a team's victory in sports. The phrase is also used to describe an action that ends the suffering of a person... Read More »
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Why has the US not ever had a military coup?

Because members of the US military would not follow someone who would try to overthrow the government. Each member of the military has sworn an oath to support and defend the US Constitution. A fun... Read More »
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What was the CIA coup in Guatemala?

A CIA backed and funded covert operation in the 1950's. In which the USA flexed it imperialistic might on a developing nation when it didn't agree with US foreign policy opposed upon it. Accused th... Read More »
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What was reaction in US regarding coup by zia?

the United States will go to war if necessary in order to preserve the freedom of the seas and to protect neutral shipping from attacks.
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When did the CIA support the coup in Guatemala?

They wanted money and thought they'd get stuff cheap if they had a deal with the leader of Cuba and they never stay out of anything
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