Brazil Can’t Afford to Ignore Its Dire Economic Outlook – New York Times

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Driven by anger, resentment and a desire to obliterate the establishment, Brazilians chose on Sunday two presidential candidates at the extreme ends of the ideological spectrum. Jair Bolsonaro, a hard-right firebrand who has spoken fondly of the
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