Economic policy and social movements in Brazil

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The context of social movements and economic problems in Brazil are found in its 20th century import-substitution industrialisation (ISI) and the transition to neo-liberalism that followed. However, this transition has led to class conflict.

 

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Alfredo Saad Filho
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