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dc.identifier.citation THE TRUTH about Brazil. The tea and coffee trade journal, New York, p. 406, Nov. 1933. pt_BR
dc.description.abstract A letter in the New York Times, November 2, from a writer signing himself as Director of the Brazil Information Service, New York City, states that news of impending revolutionary activities in São Paulo and Rio Grande do Sul which the Times published under a Buenos Aires date line recently was colored, no doubt unintentionally, by the fact that “all of the opponents of Vargas’s government are living there.’’ Had the Times correspondent been in Rioand not in Buenos Aires, says the writer, he would have been informed differently, The recently elected Constitucional Assembly will meet to choose a new President on November 15, and everybody knows that the election of the Constitutional Assembly was a true and free election, representing the will of the people. pt_BR
dc.format 1 página pt_BR
dc.language.iso en pt_BR
dc.subject.classification Cafeicultura::Economia e política agrícola pt_BR
dc.title The truth about Brazil pt_BR
dc.type Artigo pt_BR

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