How Brazil’s far right became a dominant political force

Cavalcanti, R.P. 2017. How Brazil’s far right became a dominant political force. Conversation Trust (UK) Limited.

TitleHow Brazil’s far right became a dominant political force
AuthorsCavalcanti, R.P.
Year2017
FileCavalcanti 2017 How Brazil's far right became a dominant political force.pdf
Output mediaThe Conversation
PublisherConversation Trust (UK) Limited
Publication dates
Published25 Jan 2017
Web address (URL)https://theconversation.com/how-brazils-far-right-became-a-dominant-political-force-71495

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