Soft Cover, Cambridge, MA, U.S.A. American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2000. Very Good with no dust jacket.
Square, sound binding. Clean and bright pages. Light handling wear. Contents: Bethell, Politics in Brazil: from elections without democracy tto democracy without citizenship. Schwartzman, Brazil: the social agenda. Murlo de Carvalho, Dreams come untrue. Fry, Politics, nationality, and meanings of "race" in Brazil. Pinheiro, Democratic governance, violence, and the (un)rule of law. Stepan, Brazil's decentralized federalism: bringing government closer to the citizens? Reis, Modernization, citizenship, and stratification: historical processes and recent changes in Brazil. Martins, Muddling through changing references: from late nation-building to the crisis of the nation-state. Lafer, Brazilian international identity and foreign policy: past, present, and future. Leite Lopes, Class, ethnicity, and color in the making of Brazilian football. Birman and Pereira Leite, Whatever happened to what used to be the largest Catholic country in the world? de Moura Castro, Education: way behind but trying to catch up. Carneiro da Cunha and de Almeida, Indigenous people, traditional people, and conservation in the Amazon. Fishlow, Brazil and economic realities. ; 9.0" (23 cm) tall; 358 pages; REMOVED - condition.