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Last September, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was removed from office on charges of illegally using Central Bank funds to conceal the budget deficit amid a worsening economy and growing corruption scandals. On this week’s episode of World Policy On Air, we speak with professor of political studies at Bard College Omar G. Encarnación about the misogynistic political culture that helped bring down Rousseff.
Read Omar G. Encarnación’s piece “The Patriarchy’s Revenge: How Retro-Macho Politics Doomed Dilma Rousseff” in the spring issue of World Policy Journal.
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