Poems History: Massacres and martyrs. What shall we tell our children? When the meal is over, When the work is done, What hope is there in life? Are we to tell that governors are good? That the police are the people's friends? That the coffins of our murdered comrades Are the will of the Creator?
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Contrast: High Normal. Summary: This thesis argues that since Plano Real a new model of public intervention was consolidaded in Brazil, resulting directly from the impact of the financial pattern of accumulation logic over brazilian economy and society. In Brazil, during the s there was a crisis between two patterns of accumulation, the transition from the political regime and the ascending phase of class struggle cycle that began at the end of the military regime.
Brazilian economy began to be impacted by financialization in the s, but it was mainly from the s that it reached public intervention. It is divided into two parts containing eight chapters. In the first part theoretical categories, that support this thesis, such as, capital in general, State, state intervention, political regime and public intervention are developed, from the point of view of "derivation theory".
After that, the following topics are analyzed: i the main aspects of class struggle development throughout the twentieth century; ii the evolution of accumulation patterns; iii the relationship of both with changes in the political regime and; iv in public intervention.
In the final considerations, the thesis is demonstrated starting from the conclusions and arguments extracted in each one of the chapters. Access to document. Todos os direitos reservados. Jump to Navigation.
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