Brazil: BRAZIL Toward Stability

In the past nine years, one President of Brazil nearly spent the country into bankruptcy, his erratic successor resigned after seven months in office, and the next man did his best to deliver the nation to Communism and corruption before the military threw him out. Brazil's economy naturally remained in a state of chaos, and its political life was a bruising free-for-all. Now all that is beginning to change. After 21 months in power, President Humberto Castello Branco's tough-minded revolutionary government is giving Brazil a breath of political and economic stability.

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