Elio Gaspari

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Elio Gaspari (Naples, Italy, 1944) is a Brazilian journalist and writer resident in São Paulo, Brazil. He came to Brazil while still an infant, and began his career in journalism not long thereafter. He is well known for his political opinion column in the Folha de S.Paulo newspaper,[1] which is syndicated to many other newspapers, and for his most recent work, an authoritative historical account of the Brazilian military dictatorship in four volumes.

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  • A Ditadura Envergonhada, Vol. 1
  • A Ditadura Escancarada, Vol. 2
  • A Ditadura Derrotada, Vol. 3
  • A Ditadura Encurralada, Vol. 4

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