Brazil: The Other Barrel

Armed with its harsh new Institutional Act, Brazil's revolutionary gov ernment pressed relentlessly ahead in its war against Communism, corruption and all the other things it finds wrong with Brazil. In Rio, rumors flew that recently returned ex-President Juscelino Kubitschek, still sick abed after two weeks of military questioning about his graft-riddled 1956-61 regime, would soon be heading back to exile. In Sao Paulo, erratic ex-President Janio Quadros was called before a military tribunal amid stories that he and scores of others were going to jail for corruption during his wild...

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