By Frances Hagopian
This 1996 publication is set politics in Brazil throughout the army regime of 1964–85 and the transition to democracy. in contrast to such a lot books approximately modern Brazilian politics that target promising indicators of swap, this publication seeks to provide an explanation for impressive political continuity within the Brazilian political process. It attributes the endurance of conventional politics and the dominance of locally dependent, conventional political elites particularly to the style within which the commercial and political options of the army, including the transition to democracy, strengthened the clientelistic, personalistic, and local foundation of state-society family members. The e-book makes a speciality of the political pageant and illustration within the nation of Minas Gerais.
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