BRAZIL: Comeback

BRAZIL Comeback

Vargas was back and bidding for power.

Fifteen years in and now one year out of the Brazilian dictatorship, shrewd little Getulio had lain low on his southern ranch while his successors bungled the return to democracy, compounded inflation, let Brazilians go hungry. Last week, before a rally of his own Labor Party members in his own cattle-raising state of Rio Grande do Sul, Vargas blamed his downfall on "foreign financial interests," who were jealous of his plans to make Brazil economically independent, let go at President Eurico Caspar Dutra and his Government.

"Brazil is being ruled by a capitalist democracy...

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