What Will Brazilian Election Mean for US, Latin America?

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Brazil's President, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, has morphed from a fiery union leader to a moderate contrast with Venezuela's Hugo Chavez.  As President, he's managed to help the poor without soaking the rich or damaging the economy. It was widely predicted that he would win re-election on Sunday, but this new political scandal of Lula's term could force a run-off.