A study of how the Brazilian black intelligentsia and their allies organized a movement to promote the idea of affirmative action in public universities, culminating in a favourable ruling from the country’s Supreme Court and a unanimous vote in Congress. The book also discusses in detail the important ideological and philosophical debates that accompanied the campaign. It received favourable reviews in various journals, especially from Howard Winant in the American Journal of Sociology.

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