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From the Publisher"Offers readers a fresh perspective."
— Luso-Brazilian Review
"A monograph that will interest scholars of both labor and legal history in Brazil and Latin America. . . . An intriguing analysis."
— American Historical Review
French analyzes the effects of legislation in Brazil in 1943 that has been hailed as remarkably advanced social and labor legislation. He illustrates the glaring contrast between the generosity of the law's promises and what it actually delivered.