O Liberal Americana – Caution: Access to content is not free. Need login and password.

O Liberal Americana

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O Liberal, the beginning of everything.
In mid-1951, the brothers Romeo and Arnaldo Mantovani, with Jessyr Bianco, began to entertain the idea of ​​an independent newspaper. At that time, Romeo Mantovani, in addition to working in the American Prefecture, also worked as an accountant for Jayme Antas in a textile factory. Jayme was the son of Councilman Sebastian Antas de Abreu, one of the most responsible for the political unification of the city of Americana. It was part of the first term of the City Council.
Jaime and Sebastian believed in the possibility of a newspaper without ties to politics and, with the turnover of the textile company, provided the necessary funds for the purchase of the first machines that would be used for newspaper printing to be called LIBERAL.

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