Rogério de Paula
Are we faced with a proverbial brave new world? In the aftermath of a wave of protests and popular unrest in the streets of Brazil’s largest cities, which came to be dubbed the Vinegar Revolution , I could not help but mull over the meanings (political and beyond) manifested as well as suggested by the collective but not always concerted actions of the people who took over the streets. The events that took place in Brazil during June and July 2013 are in many respects complex and multi-faceted, and can hardly be discussed adequately in a single publication, let alone…
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