Matheus Chaluppe de Oliveira

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Fertility rates in Brazil have dropped at an increasingly rapid rate since 1940; this has occurred in the absence of an explicit, official policy on population control, and without a notable increase in quality of life. The context for analysis of this change in population dynamics is the colonato, the coffee plantation labor system which was prevalent in(More)
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