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Review: Top Brass and State Power in Twentieth-Century Brazilian Politics, Economics, and Culture: The Tribute of Blood: Army, Honor, Race, and Nation in Brazil, 1864-1945 by Peter M. Beattie
Reviewed Works: The Tribute of Blood: Army, Honor, Race, and Nation in Brazil, 1864-1945 by Peter M. Beattie; Culture Wars in Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945 by Daryle Williams; Brazilian Party Politics and the Coup of 1964 by Ollie A. Johnson III; Brazil in the 1990s: An Economy in Transition by Renato Baumann; Brazil's Second Chance: En Route Toward the First World by Lincoln Gordon; Como Eles Agiam, os Subterrâneos da Ditadura Militar: Espionagem e Polícia Política by Carlos Fico
Review by: James N. Green
Latin American Research Review
Vol. 38, No. 3 (2003), pp. 250-260
Published by: The Latin American Studies Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1555460
Page Count: 11
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