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    2 O Estado de S. Paulo, 25/7/1982. [ Links ]

    12 Maria D. G. Kinzo, Oposio e autoritarismo. Gnese e trajetria do MDB, 1966-79. So Paulo: Idesp/Vrtice, 1988; Sallum Jr., Braslio. Labirintos: dos generais Nova Repblica. So Paulo: Hucitec, 1996. [ Links ]

    28 The most significant campaign action was the Burying the Nuclear Plants' march in memory of the victims of Hiroshima and in recognition of potential Brazilian victims, which united approximately 1,200 people (Urban, Teresa. Misso quaseimpossvel. Aventuras e desventuras domovimento ambientalista no Brasil. So Paulo: Petrpolis, 2001). [ Links ]

    33 The Front was founded in June 1987 by 71 environmental associations, including the FBCN, 9 senators and 82 deputies from the left and centre-left, but also with support from liberal and conservative congressional members (Jornal da Tarde,9/6/1987). [ Links ]

    34 Measures were approved to protect the Amazonian Rainforest, the Atlantic Rainforest, the Serra do Mar mountains, the Pantanal and the Coastal Zone, as well as the country's genetic diversity, and partially prohibit the use of nuclear energy (O Estado de S. Paulo, 26/5/1988). [ Links ]