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The structure of the chapter counts on personal certifications of survivors of episodes in which its basic human rights seriously had been disrespected. CHAPTER 4: SOCIAL MEMORY OF the REPRESSION the Military dictatorship was officially insult in 1985. Then for which they had been the social contributions here that had been deliver in them for the Regimen? The contributions of the Dra. Soraia Ansara (PUC-SP) had been essential for the reflections above as well as for the conclusion of the chapter in question. The military government in them bequeathed the influence of a ditatorial and repressive regimen, negative marks of a cerceador and amordaante period.

In the ANSARA vision, we receive in the same way, an excellent legacy of the military: the learning of the practical one of resistance of the social movements. CHAPTER 1? THE HISTORICAL CONTEXT THAT LED TO THE EVENTS OF DAYS 31 OF MARCH 1 OF APRIL OF 1964 In this chapter we will go to reflect on the context that led to the construction of the Doctrine of National Security. We will analyze some aspects of the preparatory phase of the coup d etat, having observed important details of the government of Goulart Joo and the events of 31 of March and 1 of April of 1964. The CONCEPTION OF the DOCTRINE OF NATIONAL SECURITY One of the main reasons that prepared the necessary historical context for the occurrence of the Military Blow of 31 of March and 1 of April of 1964 was the importance degree that the Doctrine of National Security had for the high steps of the Armed Forces in the years that they had preceded to the taking of being able. In the military speeches, already in 1930, the expression national security was present in says of General Ges Hunter to them. In accordance with its reasoning the State would have ' ' to establish, in solid bases, the security nacional' '.


As for the workmanship of Schwartz, we can divide the text in two parts, the first one where the author brings to tona the works on the slavery up to 1988, and the second where it exactly approaches publications on this subject after 1988 – where author identifies one to it decrssimo of productions. According to Schwartz, even so the 13 of May have been the last act that abolished the slavery, what it came later did not mean improvement for the condition of life of the slaves, and in this direction, the author traces a way, a dialogue with diverse classic theoreticians and contemporaries, as Gilbert Freyre (1933), Jacob Gorender (1983), Ciro Cardoso (1979), Florentine Manolo (1997), among others, tracing a debate on the conditions of life in the familiar devices, bows, as well as the amplitude of the system escravocrata and the search of the slave – exactly in a turbulent and favorable context – of affirmation construction of its identity. The work of these authors above boarded – that it is not limited only to the workmanships worked here – it makes in to identify them the existence of certain gaps in the Brazilian historiografia, as for the process of slavery, and mainly on the formation of the enslaved family, where in the texts if it observes some divergences and agreement between the authors. We can find a vast bibliography in these workmanships, approaching theories of authors as Gilbert Freyre – mentioned and argued for the three authors – where stimulates the studies on questions that had been in the historiografia omitted to guarantee the supremacy of a people on another one and in it offers a cast to them of information who exceed the traditional approaches on the history of the slavery in Brazil, placing in evidence the necessity of this history to be seen and magazine, through new looks and new perspectives. References QUEIRZ, Suely R.R of. Black slavery in Debate. In: FREITAS, Landmarks C.

perspective Brazilian Historiografia. So Paulo: Context, 2001, p.103-117. SCHWARTZ, Stuart B. the historiografia recent of the Brazilian slavery. In: Enslaved, roceiros and rebellious SCHWARTZ, Stuart B. Bauru, So Paulo: EDUSC, 2001, p.21-57. SLENES, Robert W. Histories of the Enslaved Family. In: SLENES, Robert W. In senzala a flower: hopes and memory in the formation of the enslaved family, Southeastern Brazil, century XIX. Rio De Janeiro: New Border, 1999, p.27-53.