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Search author name words: Renato Ramos and Alexandre Samis

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brazil/guyana/suriname/fguiana / history of anarchism / opinion / analysis Wednesday September 09, 2015 17:34 by Renato Ramos and Alexandre Samis   image 1 image
We do not know the precise year of Passos’s birth (it was probably towards the end of the 19th century), but, from the books of Edgar Rodrigues, we know that he was born in Rio de Janeiro state. We find his first appearance in social struggles of the time as a UOCC delegate at the 3rd Brazilian Workers’ Congress (1920) at which he was elected as travel secretary for the Brazilian Workers’ Confederation (COB). Passos had been selected for that post because he stood out in the ranks of the organised proletariat on account of his intellect and oratorical gifts which he had honed in the day to day struggles of his trade. read full story / add a comment
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