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English: Slogan used by the Brazilian government during the military dictatorship (1964-1985).
Português: Slogan usado pelo governo brasileiro durante a ditadura militar (1964-1985).
Date 1960-1970
Author Brazilian government


Public domain This work is in the public domain in Brazil for one of the following reasons:
  • It is a work published or commissioned by a Brazilian government (federal, state, or municipal) prior to 1983.( Law 3071/1916, art. 662; Law 5988/1973, art. 46; Law 9610/1998, art. 115)
  • It is the text of a treaty, convention, law, decree, regulation, judicial decision, or other official enactment.( Law 9610/1998, art. 8)

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