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Eduardo Bolsonaro’s office in Brasilia.

Eduardo Bolsonaro’s office in Brasilia.

Photographer: Sérgio Lima/Bloomberg

Businessweek
Politics

Brazil’s Bolsonaros Have a Shrine to the NRA

The presidential candidate’s son shows off the family’s core values.

Unless opinion polls are wildly wrong, Jair Bolsonaro will be elected president of Brazil on Sunday. His conservative, and controversial, political profile is largely known in broad brushstrokes at this point. But what are the issues that really matter most to him and his family? A peek inside the congressional office of Eduardo Bolsonaro—the candidate’s son, adviser, and confidant—reveals many of the answers: law and order, gun rights and fighting abortion, all tinged with a big dollop of Trumpism.