Opinion, by Michael Royster
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Seven Sundays from now, Brazilian citizens will go to the polls to elect a new President from among the eleven candidates proposed by Brazil’s myriad political parties.
The polling process has now begun in earnest, and one thing seems clear — former President Lula, albeit in jail for corruption, is by far the most popular candidate for President.
Lula’s popularity, according to NYU Professor and former . . .