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April 1994

CONTENTS:

Cover: One real = one dollar (p. 7)

Politics: Jobim and the constitution (p. 13)

History: Canudos’s Redux (p. 16)

Amazon: pastor or spy? (p. 18)

Soccer: The Seleção is training here (p. 21)

Immigration: the interview (p. 23)

Brazil, the tour book (p. 25)

Short story: One by Clarice Lispector (p. 27)

Cinema: Nélson stars in Berlin (p. 30)

National rock (p. 32)

Music: Boca Livre wooing the Yankees (p. 36)

Instrumental Music, the next wave (p. 38)

Travel: Santa Catarina: first class travel (p. 40)

DEPARTMENTS:

Rapidinhas (p. 6)

Letters (p. 14)

Brazilian Notas (p. 45)

The Cultural Pulse (p. 46)

Por Aí (p. 47)

Classifieds (p. 49)

USA Calendar (p. 50)

That’s Brazilian (p. 52)

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