THE DEMOGRAPHY OF INEQUALITY IN BRAZIL.
Wood, Charles H. and José Alberto Magno de Carvalho.

Cambridge/New York, Cambridge University Press, (Cambridge Latin American Studies, 67), 1988. xii, 303p., map, tables, graphics, bibl., index, boards, dj (fine) Good Hardcover 052135174X "This book examines how transformations in Brazil's social, economic and political organization affect the demographic behaviour of people who live in different parts of the country and who occupy different positions in the social system. The authors review the history of unequal development and document the concentration of income and land ownership". Includes notes (Item ID: 111131)

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