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Shaping the Globe

Summary: Everything changes; individuals, cities, cultures, the whole world has never stopped changing. Reforms are needed for a country to improve, but problems need to exist in order for the people to notice that there is a need for change. This happened in the early 90's, both in Eastern Europe and Latin America. The problems that brought this countries to an era of improvement had been escalating for decades...
Everything changes; individuals, cities, cultures, the whole world has never stopped changing. Reforms are needed for a country to improve, but problems need to exist in order for the people to notice that there is a need for change. This happened in the early 90's, both in Eastern Europe and Latin America. The problems that brought this countries to an era of improvement had been escalating for decades...

Brazil

Brazil's independence started in 1807 when the French invaded Portugal. The ruler from Portugal, Prince John, fled Portugal and moved with his family to Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. One year later, Rio was named the capital of the Portuguese empire. In 1821, the whole family left for Portugal one more time, leaving Pedro, John's son, to rule in Brazil. One year later, Brazil was declared independent from Portugal and was granted a constitution. But Pedro's bad reign granted him bad...

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