August 1994


    Cover: Fighting for the land (p. 7)

    Presidential election: we have a tie (p. 13)

    Quality is job 1 (p. 15)

    Interview: Cardoso’s running mate (p. 16)

    Indians: Yanomami tangle (p. 19)

    In praise of cachaça (p. 22)

    How we became tetracampeões (p.25)

    Soccer: Watching the Cup (p. 27)

    Short story: One by Marcos Rey (p. 28)

    Music: Kleber’s turn (p. 33)

    Terra Sul goes Motown (p. 36)

    Book review: Requiem in Lisbon (p. 37)

    Music summer stock (p. 38)

    Travel: Our national parks (p. 40)


    Rapidinhas (p. 6)

    Letters (p. 12)

    The Cultural Pulse (p. 42)

    Por aí (p. 43)

    Classifieds (p. 45)

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