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Is Bolsonaro a “fascist”? — Anthroposcenic

The use of “fascist” as an insult has a long history around the world which, in many cases, has led to a banalization of the term. But it is important to understand what is essential in fascism, not just for … Continue reading

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Brazil’s Generation Discontent – By Catherine Osborn October 26, 2016 — Just Sayin’

An Effort to Make Fringe Politics Mainstream Brazil is anything but calm. Shortly after the end of the summer Olympics, the Senate impeached President Dilma Rousseff and removed her from office. This came about after a corruption probe revealed widespread … Continue reading

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Brazil bans corporate donations to parties and election campaigns

Sculpture “Justice” by Alfredo Ceschiatti Supreme Federal Court – Brasília – Federal District – Brazil Photo Credit: Valter Campanato/Agência Brasil Sparked by national outcry for change, on September 17, 2015, Brazil took a giant leap forward. Amidst the fallout of … Continue reading

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