The government of General Lázaro Cárdenas, president of Mexico in between the years of 1934 and 1940, represented one of the great moments of the Mexican Revolution. The period was characterized ny multiple events, such as the land reform, the alliance of the State with the popular classes, the political centralization and the political and cultural nationalism, that awoke the press' interests, including the Brazilian, responsible for the supply of various interpretations about cardenism. The journalistic production developed by the periodicals O Estado de S. Paulo and Correio da Manhã characterize the focus of this study, that will try to analyze the discourses about the cardenist sexennian. It tries to scrutinize the vision that these periodicals disseminated about Mexico, considering that these firms positioning, in many ways, was affected by the Brazilian conjuncture in the 1930's.
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