Throughout this book, Brazilian terms are frequently used in preference to imperfect English translations, or lengthy ~xplanations. A glossary ofsuch terms is provided for ready reference. Likewise, I adhere to the Brazilian custom of using first names or cognomen interchangeably with or in preference to family names. Thus, Joao Goulart is frequently referred to as Jango; JSnio Quadros as JSnio, etc. Also in keeping with common Brazilian usage, I refer to the overthrow of the Goulart administration in 1964 as the "revolution." This usage is a convenience and does not constitute a judgment of the true character of the event.
Tables and Figures -- Preface -- INTRODUCTION -- Modernizing Authoritarianism -- 2 LAND, TRADITION, AND THE SOCIO-POLITICAL ORDER -- Agrarian Society and Bureaucratic Patrimonial State -- Rural Mobilization and Land Reform -- PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS AND LAND REFORM -- Agrarian Proposals -- Joao Goulart and Land Reform -- Castelo Branco and Land Reform -- 4 THE CONGRESSIONAL DEBATE: LEGISLATIVE POLITICS AND THE POLICY PROCESS -- Political Parties and Interest Representation -- Legislating Land Reform: JoioGoulart -- 5 POLITICAL BEHAVIOR AND THE LAND REFORM DEBATE -- Regional and Economic Influences on Legislative Behavior -- Political Party Affiliation and Attitudes Toward Land Reform -- 6 THE POLICY PROCESS AND CONSERVATIVE MODERNIZATION -- Strategy and Style in Policy Making The Land Statute of 1964 -- Agrarian Policy, 1965-1975 -- The Management of Change in Brazil -- Appendix: Note on Sources -- Glossary of Brazilian Terms and Acronyms -- Bibliography -- Index.