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Luísa Abbott Galvão is a Brazilian-American social scientist living in Washington DC.
Monday, October 22, 2018
Inequality: A Feature and Driver of Bolsonaro’s Rise in Brazil
In less than a week, Brazil will vote to elect its next president in what’s widely considered the most consequential election in Brazil’s history. On one side is Fernando Haddad — a soft-spoken academic, former Minister of Education for the Workers Party (PT), and recent mayor of São Paulo most...