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By FLÁVIO AGUIAR: José Cardoso Pires and the 25th of April
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For a feminist politics
By EVA ALTERMAN BLAY: The authoritarian ways to prohibit women's social and political rights from the federal political structure extend to states and municipalities
“Half-assed” capitalism
“Half-assed” capitalism
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Teaching financial education to people is democratizing. It rather proposes a systemic re-evolution, to go beyond the capitalist system, gradually and democratically, with a more socially egalitarian goal
Less is more – the infomania that grips us
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We made the L and went on strike
We made the L and went on strike
By LORENZO VITRAL: The current government perhaps thinks it's bad for them, much worse for the extreme right, which may explain the 0% readjustment proposed for education
Privatization of state-owned companies in Minas Gerais
Privatization of state-owned companies in Minas Gerais
By PEDRO HENRIQUE MAURÍCIO ANICETO: The history of privatizations in Brazil exposes countless cases of companies sold at degrading prices, whose services declined sharply after the transition to the private sector
An out of control cannon
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By ANDREW KORYBKO: Emmanuel Macron discredits France by making mistake after mistake in foreign policy
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By HUGO QUINTA: Commentary on the book by Ulisses Capozzoli, an account of the editor's life

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By ANTONIO RIBEIRO ALMEIDA JR.: Preface to the recently released book by Felipe Scalisa de Oliveira on human rights violations at the USP Faculty of Medicine

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Perfect days

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Moraes vs. Musk – 1st round

By JOÃO FERES JR.: To really reach Alexandre de Moraes, Elon Musk would need to finance a campaign against the minister that was capable of breaking the Bolsonarist bubble

Left at the crossroads?

By LISZT VIEIRA: We went from a total rejection of the Jair Bolsonaro government to a line of critical support, which requires having one foot in the institutional and the other in the social

The controversy over the Uberization PL

By JORGE LUIZ SOUTO MAIOR: The real interests of the working class and the challenges to building an effectively fair, egalitarian and humane society are not included in the debate on the Uberization Bill

Talking on the tightrope

By MARCELO RIDENTI: Considerations on two books: “On a tightrope”, by Daniel Aarão Reis and “About what we don’t talk”, by Ana Cristina Braga

The press as a weapon of the coup in 1964

By DÊNIS DE MORAES: Media interference was crucial to the coup d'état - which prevented the continuation of an emerging process of democratization of the country's social, political, economic and cultural life

God's silence

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