The core of Bolsonarism is hatred of Brazil's organized working class, which today — despite no threat of socialist revolution — is incarnated in the PT and the image of Lula.
Sabrina Fernandes has a PhD in sociology from Carleton University and is a collaborating researcher at the University of Brasília. She is an ecosocialist activist in the Brazilian radical left and the producer of left-wing YouTube channel À Esquerda. She is a contributing editor to Jacobin.
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