In brazil neoliberalism versus democracy alfredo saad filho and lecio morais review the complex paradox that is modern brazil focusing on 1980 to the present they analyze the tensions between the two dominant systemic political transitions from military rule to first democracy then neoliberalism. The book explains the incompatibility between neoliberalism and democracy which have produced economic and political instability and led to the obliteration of the pt government and the apparent exhaustion of brazilian democracy. Brazil went through a political transition from military dictatorship to democracy between 1974 and 1988 this chapter reviews that transition focusing on the limitations of the military regime the mass movements that triggered its demise and the elite pact that capped the transition. Alfredo saad filho and lecio morais brazil neoliberalism versus democracy pluto press 237pp the history of all hitherto existing society is the history of class struggles wrote marx and engels in the first pages of the communist manifesto
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