Sérgio Sauer is a sociology professor in the Post-Graduate Program on Environment and Rural Development (MADER) at the University of Brasília, Planaltina, and holds a scholarship grant from CNPq. A long-time organizer for social justice and rural development, Sérgio has published widely in the fields of agrarian studies, environmental sociology, land reform, social movements and the political economy of agriculture in Latin America.
Published in: democraciaAbiertaÉlites autoritarias y movimientos populares en Brasil
El caso de Brasil sugiere que, para lograr cambios radicales en un contexto de desigualdad estructural y de élites...
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Can a president institute radical popular change alongside structural inequality and a militarized elite? The...