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    You could look at how the portrayal affected public opinion of the coup (if you can find other articles expressing other opinions about it). If you can find the right sources, you might be able to evaluate whether the CIA's involvement with the press had any effect on government policy.
    It also may be easier for you to start with a topic and then turn it into a question once you've got a little more research. Find an angle of this you'd like to pursue and you can probably find a question in there somewhere.
    Good luck!
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