Brazil’s Rousseff re-elected by grateful working-class, country divided

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Brazil's President and Workers' Party presidential candidate Rousseff celebrates after disclosure of the election results, in BrasiliaBy Paulo Prada SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Despite opposition from nearly half of Brazil’s voters, leftist President Dilma Rousseff won re-election on Sunday and will have another four years to try to revive growth in a once-booming economy gone stagnant. The 66-year-old Rousseff, who was a Marxist guerrilla in her youth, overcame growing dissatisfaction with the economy, poor public services and corruption to narrowly clinch a second term for herself and the fourth in a row for her Workers’ Party. …