February 1993

CONTENTS:

Cover: Rio: under siege (p. 7)

First person: Amo esse caos (p. 9)

Short story: Chico Anísio (p. 13)

Dividing Brazil – New states to come (p. 14)

President Itamar & the poor (p. 15)

Argentina e México dão o exemplo (p. 16)

Coach Parreira will get the Cup (p. 19)

Profile: Maria Samba & Saudade (p. 21)

Books: Paulo Coelho’s turn in the U.S. (p. 24)

Racism: Brazil’s hiding its negritude (p. 24)

Book review: Rota 66, A Bloody Route 66 (p. 25)

Music: Gal does Axé (p. 27)

DEPARTMENTS:

Rapidinhas (p. 6)

Letters (p. 12)

The Cultural Pulse (p. 34)

Por aí (p. 35)

Los Angeles Calendar (p. 38)

San Francisco Calendar (p. 39)

That’s Brazilian (p. 40)

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