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Type: Artigo
Title: Lawyers And Corporatism Among The Middle Class In Post-1930 Brazil
Title Alternative: Advogados E Corporativismo De Classe Média No Brasil Pós-1930
Author: Vannucchi
Marco Aurelio
Abstract: This article takes the practice of law as a basis for an examination of the existence and the dynamics of a phenomenon referred to here as the "corporatism of the middle class", to have emerged in Brazil after the 1930 Revolution. Such a phenomenon is related to other ongoing historical processes, such as the implementation of the corporatist system for workers and the bourgeoisie, as well as the expansion of the role of the Brazilian state in society. The work focuses on the decree creating the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB) dated November 18, 1930, and developed by the provisional government. The setting up of the corporate entity was delegated to the Brazilian Lawyers' Institute (IAB), with the legislation for the OAB consolidated by decree no 22,478 of 1933.
Subject: Corporatism
Middle Class
Vargas Era
Editor: Univ Federal Fluminense, Inst Ciencias Humanas & Filosofia
Rio de Janeiro
Citation: Passagens-international Review Of Political History And Legal Culture. Univ Federal Fluminense, Inst Ciencias Humanas & Filosofia, v. 8, p. 506 - 525, 2016.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.15175/1984-2503-20168305
Date Issue: 2016
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