ORDER AND PROGRESS ; A Political History of Brazil
Schneider, Ronald M.

Boulder : Westview Press, 1991. Octavo, 486 p. : map, endnotes, index, bibliography(p. 387-486) Used; Like New Paperback 9780813310770 Political and socio-economic conditions of Brazil throughout its history. Extensive endnotes for each chapter. General history of specific regions and places; Political structure and processes. Includes a letter of recommendation from E. Bradford Burns (UCLA) which extols the many qualities of the book. Chapters entitled: What is Brazil? -- Monarchical Brazil : colony and empire -- The first republic -- The Vargas era -- The quest for development and democracy, 1946-1960 -- Decay, crisis, and "revolution," 1961-1964 -- The military as ruler, 1964-1973 -- The road back -- The Sarney government : from transition to consolidation, 1985-1989 -- Brazil faces the 1990s. (Item ID: 133777)


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