South America

' ' The myth of the brandura, the civilizador potential of the slavery and the possible social ascension of I free was not enough to support instituio' ' , PP. 291, paragraph 1. However, of the economic point of view, the slavery was one badly necessary one. Karen author makes citations of other authors, as for example, Armitage and Stewart. For the first a constitutional monarchy it was optimum instrument to introduce ' ' civilizao' ' , as well as propitiating ' ' perfectionings sociais' '.

In accordance with as, ' ' the monarquista trace of the government is the only reason for which if it justifies that Brazil is an exception in the South America, dominated for the anarchy and spilling of blood, what he has been so destructive for the advance of the freedom and civilizao' ' , PP. 276, paragraph 2. Karen will focus the miscegenation process, that is, the branqueamento of Brazil. ' ' In the measure where the branqueamento of the population occurred, it would also occur to the social homogenization, and it is interpreted positively as civilizatrio factor and of formation nacional' ' , PP. 288. However the travellers had not been all who agreed to this affirmation.

For Ribeyrolles, for example, ' ' The whites of Brazil were ' ' dbeis' ' , had to the heat and the idleness, for in such a way, in contrast to that Martius it acts as a lawyer, they could not be irradiadores of civilizao' ' , PP. 278, paragraph 1. Lisbon will see to the slavery as being a social illness e, therefore, it did not fit to the emperor to be worried about it, and ' ' associated to the brandura in comparison to the free work europeu' ' , PP. 284, paragraph 1. ' ' In short, the well-known insistence for the coming of European colonists would not only solve the case of the workmanship hand, educating and disciplining the worker.