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Brazil's Two-tiered Economy
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A 7 page paper describing the origin and status of Brazil's two-tiered economic state. The presence of a wealthy minority with historical political clout has perpetuated an impoverished underclass. Social upheaval to bring about governmental and social changes are occuring at both public and governmental levels, but much remains to be accomplished. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Brazileco.wps

Brazil; Political and Economic Factors
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This 4 page paper looks at the political and economic factors that are present within Brazil, including the political structure and aims and the economic profile of the country. The bibliography cites 3 sources.
Filename: TEbrazil.rtf

Brazil; The Eradication of Poverty and Other Socio-economic Goals
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This 5 page paper looks at Brazil, and the way in which aspects such as poverty and inequality may be solved. The paper considers the situation of Brazil and applies economic theory such as the multiplier effect and trickle down effect as well as considering the crowding out effect. This is then used to look for the way forward and the importance the promotion and support democracy may play in this transformation. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Filename: TEbrazec.doc

Brazilian Economy at the Turn of the Century
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A 5 page overview of Brazilian economy in the last decade of the 1900s. Concentrates on the period 1994-1999 and provides specifics of inflation rates, GDP and investment strategies in the country. Credits Brazil's economic recovery to the investment of the International Monetary Fund. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: PPbrzEcn.wps

Bush’s Affirmative Action Views Help Hispanics
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The first thing anyone will notice when observing the Bush White House and its Advisors is that it has color. Instead of talking about Affirmative Action, George W. Bush has included people of color on his actual consultant staff. Three names easily come to mind, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice and Alberto Gonzales, the latter his candidate for the Supreme Court Justice position. When Bush is on TV, the good ole white boy club is visually gone. His advisors are an example of what Bush refers to as “affirmative access,” his replacement for Affirmative Action. It’s the President’s method, lived by example, of providing racial integration that, in practice, far exceeds any claim in support of equal access under the unsuccessful Affirmative Action program. In light of Bush’s nature to take action, his Administration has gone further than any other White House in support of the Hispanic community. 5 works cited. jvBushAA.rtf
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