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Encyclopedia > Social Liberal Party (Brazil)
Politics of Brazil
Since this party might be considered a liberal party, this article is related to the Liberalism series:

Liberalism - Liberalism worldwide - List of liberal parties - Liberal International - ELDR - Liberal democracy - List of liberal theorists - A short liberal bibliography


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Brazil (07/07) (4374 words)
Brazil is a federal republic with 26 states and a federal district.
Brazil is a charter member of the United Nations and participates in its specialized agencies.
The relationship between Brazil and the U.S. strengthened with the inauguration of Brazil's internationally oriented, reformist President Fernando Henrique Cardoso in 1995.
Brazil. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05 (3550 words)
Brazil’s vast territory covers a great variety of land and climate, for although Brazil is mainly in the tropics (it is crossed by the equator in the north and by the Tropic of Capricorn in the south), the southern part of the great central upland is cool and yields the produce of temperate lands.
The main political parties are the Brazilian Democratic Movement party, the Liberal Front party, the Democratic Labor party, the Brazilian Social Democracy party, and the Workers party.
Brazil drew little benefit from either; far more important were the rise of postwar discontent in the military and beginnings of the large-scale European immigration that was to make SE Brazil the economic heart of the nation.
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