10307 Lula - Political Science 10/3/07 7 IDs 1. Worker's...

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Political Science 10/3/07 7 IDs 1. Worker’s Party a. Want to appeal to the masses as opposed to the general elites. b. Refuses coalitions with the two other sectors (state elites-business) c. Only form coalitions with left parties. d. Participatory democracy- (direct democracy) hold town meetings, every single decision would be taken by a show of hands. e. Unions, intellectuals, and the church f. Played a final role in Directasja i. Civil society tends to be in opposition of a political party. ii. Workers party and civil party similar but have different tactics and goals 2. “Lula” da Silva a. “Lula”-squid b. Very poor upbringing, one of eight children, very nomadic lifestyle (moved wherever they could find work), didn’t actually start school until he was ten, by age 12 shined shoes, 15 working in a factory (copper and later car factories where he began to join unions), elected president of the steel workers union. c.
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This note was uploaded on 05/27/2008 for the course POLYSCI 106 taught by Professor Freysinger during the Fall '08 term at UConn.

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10307 Lula - Political Science 10/3/07 7 IDs 1. Worker's...

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