For decades F. H. Cardoso has been among the most influential of Latin American scholars, his writings on globalization, dependency, and politics having reached a world-wide audience. This book, the third by Cardoso to appear in English, is the first to incorporate essays written during his tenure as president of Brazil. The transformation of Cardoso's economic and political approach is nowhere better documented than in this broad-ranging collection of writings that span Cardoso's early theoretical work through his pragmatic agenda for Brazil in a rapidly changing world economy. Visit our website for sample chapters!
Fernando Henrique Cardoso was president of Brazil from 1995-2002. His previously translated books include Dependency and Development in Latin America and The New Global Economy in the Information Age: Reflections on Our Changing World. Mauricio A. Font is professor of sociology at Queens College CUNY, and director of the Bildner Center for Western Hemisphere Studies.
Chapter 1 Introduction: To craft a New Era: The Intellectual Trajectory of Fernando Henrique Cardoso Part 2 The Making of Brazilian Society Chapter 3 Slavery and Race Relations in Southern Brazil Chapter 4 Industrialists and Brazilian Development: The Early 1960's Part 5 Dependency and Development Chapter 6 Dependency and Development in Latin America: Summary Chapter 7 Dependency and Development in Latin America: Post Scriptum Chapter 8 The Consumption of Dependency Theory Chapter 9 Development: The Most Political of Economic Issues Part 10 Authoritarianism and Democracy Chapter 11 Structural Bases of Authoritarianism in Latin America Chapter 12 Characterizing Authoritarian Regimes in Latin America Chapter 13 Dependent Development and Democratic Theory Part 14 Rigor and Relevance in the Social Sciences Chapter 15 On Social Change Chapter 16 Social Science in Latin America Chapter 17 Academia and Politics Part 18 Democratization and Political Reform Chapter 19 In Praise of the Art of Politics Chapter 20 Freedom for the Have-Nots Chapter 21 Ceasarism in Democratic Brazil? Part 22 State Reform and Development Strategy Chapter 23 Reforming the State Chapter 24 Farewell to the Senate Chapter 25 Inaugural Speech Chapter 26 New Approaches to Development in Latin America Part 27 Globalization Chapter 28 Globalization and Politics Chapter 29 Globalization and International Relations Chapter 30 The Impact of Globalization on Developing Countries Part 31 Worldview Chapter 32 Toward a New Dialogue in North-South Relations Chapter 33 Viable Utopia Chapter 34 Radicalizing Democracy Chapter 35 Agenda for the New Century Chapter 36 The (In)complete Bibliography of Fernando Henrique Cardoso Chapter 37 Index