September 1994

    CONTENTS:

    Cover story: Picking up the president (p. 8)

    A whale of an election (p. 14)

    Democracy ain’t cheap (p.15)

    Interview: The main candidates’ talk (p. 18)

    The media circus (p. 20)

    The presidents’ men (p. 22)

    Indian power (p. 23)

    Prime-time novela (p. 25)

    Short story: One by Rubem Fonseca (p. 29)

    Music: Magic Milton (p. 33)

    Book review: The Women of Tijucopapo (p. 35)

    Chico Mendes on screen (p. 38)

    Book review: Jungle Brazil (p. 40)

    Travel: Our Wild West (p. 44)

    DEPARTMENTS:

    Rapidinhas (p. 6)

    Letters (p. 12)

    Brazilian Notas (p. 43)

    The Cultural Pulse (p. 46)

    Por aí (p. 47)

    Classifieds (p. 49)

    U.S.A. Calendar (p. 50)

    That’s Brazilian (p. 52)

    Bilingual entertainment guide (p. 54)

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