São Carlos e o Movimento Constitucionalista de 1932 : poder local e cooptação ideológica
Gomes, Pablo Ferreira dos Santos
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This case study aims to analyze the participation of the city of São Carlos at the Constitutionalist Movement of 1932. It begins from a theoretical reference which allows to understand the main political groups that articulate the Constitutionalist Movement, the ideological speech that conducts them and the artifices used on the co-optation of the social classes. First of all, it is developed a situation analysis, and after that, the study focuses the local approach, where the participation of the city of São Carlos at the Constitutionalist Movement makes sense considering local politics since the First Republic, specially under the influence of the fast social and political changes occurred between the 20 s and 30 s. Therefore, the study of the local approach allows to understand the contradictions of the Constitutionalist Movement of 1932, with the defense of the democratic principles coexisting with the authoritarian methods for the co-optation of the public opinion and the restriction the dissidences.