By J. Hentschke
This quantity unites students from Brazil, the U.S. and Europe, who draw on an in depth re-reading of the Vargas literature, hitherto unavailable or unused resources, and a big selection of methodologies, to shed new gentle at the political alterations and cultural representations of Vargas's regimes, realising why he intended various things to various humans.
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5 vols. (Rio de Janeiro: Ed. da FGV, 2001), 5:5006–5013. 70. See later President-Elect Tancredo Neves, quoted in Valentina da Rocha Lima, Getúlio: uma história oral, 2nd ed. (Rio de Janeiro: Ed. Record 1986), 195. 71. Two analyses that focus on Vargas’s second government date back to the 1980s. See Maria Celina Soares d’Araújo, O segundo governo Vargas, 1951–1954, 2nd ed. (São Paulo: Ed. Ática, 1992) and S. Besserman Vianna’s A política econômica no segundo governo Vargas (Rio de Janeiro: BNDE, 1987).
Vargas could draw on the 1927 Agache Plan that had emphasized functionality, sanitation, and modernist splendor. ’ ” Nonetheless, Vargas and his protégés could never completely regulate civic culture and behavior, even at the height of the Estado Novo. The state-led modernization, with its centralist, antiliberal, and technocratic attributes, remained contested until the very end of the dictatorship. Vargas and his propaganda apparatus always aimed at reshaping both “high” and popular culture. JERRY DÁVILA analyzes textbook writing and orpheonic singing during and immediately after the Estado Novo.
The quotes are from 239 and 255, respectively. Joseph Love, “Regionalism and Federalism in Brazil, 1889–1937,” in Politics, Society, and Democracy in Latin America: Essays in Honor of 26 JENS R. HENTSCHKE 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. Juan J. Linz, ed. Scott Mainwaring and Arturo Valenzuela (Boulder/Oxford: Westview Press, 1998), 224. , 1982). Had the private archives of Vargas and most of his protégés been placed in the National Archive, they would have become part of Brazil’s national heritage more generally.
Vargas and Brazil: New Perspectives by J. Hentschke