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450,000 Brazilian Federal employees on strike

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Concern is growing about the Brazil accord with the IMF. We discuss the affect of Brazilian debt to IMF structural adjustment and massive budget cuts to education and other Federal programs. We speak to Marilia Washington, Vice-President of the Sao Paolo chapter of the Association of Higher Education Teachers at recently retired professor of Education, Sao Carlos Federal University, Brazil.

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