Brazil's World Cup: A State of Exception

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Former President Lula and former Sports Minister Orlando Silva watching Brazil play in 2010. One of the things that the international press has harped on ever since Brazil was chosen to host the World Cup is the possibility of violence and chaos during the games. It serves as a handy peg to any story about crime, or one like today's football match fight that left three with serious injuries. . . .

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