Modern Brazil: Elites and Masses in Historical Perspective

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Notes xxiii
  • Part I: Political Elites 1
  • Regional Elites 3
  • Notes 20
  • The National Elite 23
  • Notes 44
  • The Military 47
  • Notes 76
  • Part Ii: Economic Elites 81
  • The Old Republic 83
  • Notes 100
  • The Post-1930 Industrial Elite 103
  • Notes 119
  • Part III: the Masses 121
  • Agrarian Change in the Northeast 123
  • Notes 137
  • Immigration in the Rural South 140
  • Notes 159
  • Urban Labor 161
  • Notes 189
  • Race and Povo 192
  • Notes 204
  • Part Iv: Connections 207
  • Elite Perceptions of the Povo 209
  • Notes 223
  • Mass Communication and the Elites 225
  • Notes 242
  • Religion 246
  • Notes 262
  • Epilogue 265
  • Notes 279
  • Giossary and Acronyms 281
  • The Contributors 289
  • Index 291
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