Kramer, Jane
August 1982
New Yorker;8/2/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 24, p74
The article presents a brief history of Portugal from the 1970s to early 1980s. The April 25, 1974 Portuguese Revolution was an important chapter in the history of the country because it marked the end of Portuguese Fascism and it also marked the return of the freedom of speech. General António dos Santos Ramalho Eanes, the President of Portugal, has led the country well.


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