updated Fri. August 26, 2022
December 31, 1999
“In 1973 General Alfredo Stroessner took control of Paraguay in 1954; the Brazilian military overthrew the democratic and popular government of Joao Goulart in 1964; General Hugo Banzer took power in Bolivia in 1971 through a series of coups; a military junta headed by General Jorge Rafael VidelaÂ ...
January 23, 2017
The same year, another former president of Brazil, Joao Goulart, a progressive leader who was deposed in the 1964 military coup, died of a "heart attack" in Argentina, where he was living in exile.
January 8, 2017
In Brazil, fearing that the government of President Joao Goulart would make Brazil powerful in the region, the United States backed a 1964 coup led by Humberto Castello Branco, then chief of staff of the Brazilian army. CIA encouraged street rallies againstÃÂ ...
October 13, 2016
Then, there was the 1964 coup in Brazil to overthrow Joao Goulart, and the political action to encourage the removal of Guyana's Chedi Jagan undertaken the same year.
National Catholic Register
October 12, 2016
The president of Brazil, Joao Goulart, had returned from Russia filled with communist teachings and began to build a communist government.
Center for Research on Globalization
October 11, 2016
Democratically-elected President Joao Goulart implemented his "Plan of Basic Reforms." Even though the U.S. had exerted much of its power through ensuring people weren't lifted from ignorance and illiteracy, Brazil implemented real changes that madeÃÂ ...
August 27, 2016
Brazil's military chiefs go against the United States Congress in an attempt to keep leftist Joao Goulart from becoming president.
August 23, 2016
Brazil is truly a nation in flux. The Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro unfolded fairly smoothly, though not without incidents and ongoing tensions.
August 19, 2016
Brazil is truly a nation in flux. The Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro have unfolded fairly smoothly, though not without incidents and ongoing tensions.
August 18, 2016
Officers overthrew the democratically elected administration of President Joao Goulart, whose radicalism fed fears of a communist takeover of Brazil.
The Guardian (Australia)
August 9, 2016
... had instituted leftist policies in his country; former Chilean army commander General Carlos Prats (and his wife), who had refused to back General Pinochet's coup in Chile in 1973; former Brazilian President Joao Goulart, overthrown by the military ...
August 9, 2016
In 1964, the left-wing democratically elected government of Brazilian President Joao Goulart was overthrown by a CIA-backed military coup and replaced by a junta led by General Castelo Branco, who created Latin America's first death squads.
August 2, 2016
He compares current events to the 1964 overthrow of left-wing President Joao Goulart, whose removal preceded the establishment of a military dictatorship.
August 1, 2016
He compares current events to the 1964 overthrow of left-wing president Joao Goulart, whose removal preceded the establishment of a military dictatorship.
July 22, 2016
... because they don't want to allow any room for the Lulo-PT to take advantage of this situation, presenting themselves as a progressive force being attacked by the evil forces of the right - reminiscent of Joao Goulart's government following the coup ...
May 16, 2016
An example of this could be in a 1964 coup in Brazil which saw President Joao Goulart be replaced by Pascoal Mazzilli. President Johnson and Operation Brother Sam supported the coup as a method to remove the the president of Brazil.
May 3, 2016
For instance, two past presidents Getulio Vargas and Joao Goulart who were seen representing Brazil's elite and had the backing of the United States faced revolts from the favelas and working class.
May 2, 2016
Known mostly for The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order (1996) Samuel Huntington, like Francis Fukuyama (End of History and the Last Man, 1992), caught the interest of apologists of Western capitalism's triumph over SovietÃÂ ...
April 15, 2016
The then President Joao Goulart of the Brazilian Labour Party introduced social reforms and decided to socialise the profits of the transnational corporations, nationalise the oil refineries and introduce rent controls.
New Internationalist (blog)
April 14, 2016
... since the military forcibly removed Joao Goulart from office on 1 April, 1964. Serrano says that Brazil is now a lawless country where fundamental rights are overlooked for particular citizens and where only one political area is opportunistically ...
April 1, 2016
Much less well known is the 1964 coup that removed Brazil's Joao Goulart from power, which was prepared by the Kennedy administration and completed shortly after his assassination.
March 31, 2016
President Joao Goulart fled to Uruguay, and with him went the hopes of progressive reforms. The first of 17 military decrees, or Institutional Acts, were issued.
March 9, 2016
Brazil, too, was hit by a US-backed coup, they deposed President Joao Goulart for his land reforms, corporate taxes, and other pro-poor policies that western companies disliked, and replaced him with a military dictatorship that lasted 21 years ...
February 28, 2016
The same they did with nationalist presidents like Getulio Vargas, Juscelino Kubitschek and Joao Goulart. Now we are not facing a military coup, but da juditiary and media coup.
January 1, 2016
HAVANA, CUBA - SEPTEMBER 27: Cuban President Fidel Castro (R) and Brazilian President Luis Ignacio Lula Da Silva (2nd-R) place a floral offering at the monument to a Cuban national hero Jose Marti September 27, 2003 in Havana, Cuba.
December 16, 2015
"The same way that back in 1964, FIESP financed coup mongers to organize and throw down elected president Joao Goulart, with arms, buying union leaders and organizing free trips for Armed Forces officers, now FIESP is allied with the speaker of theÃÂ ...