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In this outstanding conversation, we talk with journalist Michael Fox about the rise of Fascism in Brazil, Bolsonaro, the impending runoff elections, the rise of Evangelicalism, the role of the US in these processes, and much more! We make sure to give plenty of historical background on these current events, so whether you're listening for the history or for analysis of the present, we know you'll enjoy this conversation. We are also lucky to be joined by our friend and comrade Professor Stuart Davis, a researcher of and specialist in comparative media systems in Brazil, as a guest host. You can hear more from Stuart on our Sanctions As War introduction episode, where he was our guest alongside Immanuel Ness.
Michael Fox is a Brazil-based journalist, contributor to The World, former Editor of NACLA, and the host of the podcast series Brazil on Fire, a collaboration between NACLA and The Real News Network. Michael can be followed on Twitter @mfox_us
Stuart Davis is an Assistant Professor of Communication Studies at Baruch College, the City University of New York he focuses on digital media advocacy, protest politics, and digital media and public health, particularly in the Latin American context
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