FAZIA TUDO DE NOVO :CAMPONESES E PARTIDO COMUNISTA BRASILEIRO EM TROMBAS E FORMOSO (1950-1964)
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Universidade Federal de Goiás
In Trombas and Formoso had one of the largest peasant revolts in history of Brazil between 1950-1964, the events of the northern Goias drew attention from around the country and influenced the formation of a series of uprisings over land. It was against this that this study sought to understand the process of capitalist modernization, in Goiás, and spontaneous resistance of the peasantry. This has led to the creation of social conditions of intervention the Brazilian Communist Party in a fight that came to signify the desire for it to retain possession of the land. Having made possible the establishment of a "government" carried out by organizations created in an attempt to resist the expropriation, the Boards of streams and Farmers Association. These were aimed at meeting the social needs of the rebels and were subsequently defeated by the political and institutional integration and assimilation of the temporality of "land to fence" in the consolidated by the military coup of 1964. We discuss in a critical perspective on the dual grounds that characterizes the peasant as one unable to political practice, to demonstrate how this is a political subject in the construction of the organizations that interest them.
SOUZA, Renato Dias de. "DID IT ALL AGAIN": RUSTICS AND COMMUNIST PARTY IN BRAZIL TROMBAS AND FORMOSO (1950-1964). 2010. 250 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Ciências Humanas) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2010.