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Machado focuses on five aspects of Portuguese society: the transition from latifundia agriculture to industrial oligopoly; the role of the state during the reactionary coalition regime (); the African Wars; the changing structure of the Portuguese military officer corps; and the revolution of and its aftermath.
The Structure of Portuguese Society: The Failure of Fascism. The Structure of Portuguese Society: The Failure of Fascism. Synopsis. This macrohistorical study sheds light on the "Portuguese paradox": why a country with a vast and wealthy colonial empire became the poorest and most backward of Western European nations.
The structure of Portuguese society: the failure of fascism. [Diamantino P Machado] -- Focuses on five aspects of Portuguese society - the transition from latifundia agriculture to industrial oligopoly, the role of the state during the reactionary coalition regime, the African Wars.
The Structure of Portuguese Society: The Failure of Fascism By Diamantino P. Machado Praeger Publishers, Read preview Overview The Portuguese Economy since By David Corkill Edinburgh University Press, Evidence of their one-time four-continent empire can still be felt, not least in the Portuguese language which is spoken by more than million people from Brazil, across parts of Africa to Asia.
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structure was its remarkable stability. Portuguese society was long cast in an almost premodern, quasifeudal mold. It was based on strong considerations of rank, place, and class. The system consisted of a small elite at the top, a huge mass of peasants at the bottom, and.
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SPC-CT meeting frequency: Once a year SPC organizes its National Congress, where CT takes part.Still, some characteristics of Portuguese family life remained constant. Marriage and kinship networks in Portugal were often based on social and political criteria as much as on love or natural attraction.
To a degree that often surprised outsiders, even in the early s many Portuguese marriages were arranged.