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Varia Historia

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MENDES, Ricardo Antonio Souza. Marching with the family, God, and liberty: "march 13th" of the Right Wing. Varia hist. [online]. 2005, vol.21, n.33, pp. 234-249. ISSN 0104-8775.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0104-87752005000100012.

Since Jango's inauguration in 1961, a growing campaign, created by the government, which had just begun and guided by various groups of the right, focused the likelihood of the country to adopt the communism. Through the means of communication - newspapers, television, cinema, as well as through limited circulation journals which were very expressive -, the groups tried to show that it was being articulated, from the Republic Presidency, the break of the constitutional legality. Nevertheless it was the radicalism of certain speeches at "Central do Brasil Assembly. that brought up the big catalytic agent of the adherence of an important component of the society surrounding the proposals of the several actors who articulated João Goulart's overthrow. The "Marcha da Família com Deus pela Liberdade" (The Family with God for Liberty March) embodied this relation showing that to a big amount of Brazilians the defence of the constitutional legality was not in the hands of the government any longer. On the contrary, for those who participated of the "March", it presented itself under the banner of the people who articulated the blow.

Keywords : Right wig; Parties; Politics; 1964.

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