Brazil and the Quiet Intervention, 1964

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Brazil and the Quiet Intervention, 1964

By Phyllis R. Parker
University of Texas Press, 1979
147 pp. $9.95

The author concludes that the United States sympathized with the military takeover in 1964 and refrained from involvement only because it saw no need for it. Apparently surprised that the United States feels less concern at a rupture of the constitutional order in other countries by friendly rather than by hostile forces, she is no disciple of Realpolitik.

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