'Recompression' in Brazil

Szulc, Tad
May 1977
New Republic;5/7/77, Vol. 176 Issue 19, p19
Focuses on socio-political issues and economic conditions in Brazil. View that the economy has produced much new human poverty because of a stunning misdistribution of national wealth; Focus on inflation in the country; Political instability and its effect on the economy; Focus on President Ernesto Geisel's military regime and political events in the country; Information on the role of the church and its campaign for social justice; View that regardless of political disturbances the GNP is expected to grow by nine percent and the dynamism of Brazilian economy cannot be arrested.


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