View of downtown São Paulo from the Santana district. The growing economic strength of the state of São Paulo, as a result of the coffee boom and industrialization, was also reflected in the politicaI scene. until 1930, São Paulo rotated the presidency of the Brazilian republic with the state of Minas Gerais which was rich in mineral wealth and dairy products, giving rise to what Brazilians called "café com leite" politics.Vista do centro de São Paulo, tomada do bairro de Santana. A força do crescimento económico do estado de São Paulo, proveniente do surto vigoroso e industrialização do café, tembém, se refletiu na cena política. Até 1930, São Paulo revezava a presidência da república brasileira com o estado de Minas Gerais, o qual era rico em riquezas minerais e produtos lácteos, surgindo o que os brasileiros chamaram de política do "café com leite".
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