Brazil’s next president has expressed nostalgia for the country’s savage military dictatorship of 1964-1985, and has insulted Afro-Brazilians, indigenous Brazilians and LGBT people. What has brought about this switch, and what will it mean for Brazil?
Voters in Brazil embrace the ghost of military rule
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