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Lulism is a political ideology that supports social movements and the Workers' Party led by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.[1] Lulism supports reforms about poverty in Brazil.[2]

While supporting socialism, Lulism is more of a social liberal movement that wants to close the gaps between the rich and the poor in a market way.[3][4]

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  1. Singer, André (2009). "Raízes sociais e ideológicas do lulismo" [Social and ideological roots of Lulism]. Novos Estudos - CEBRAP (in Portuguese) (85): 83–102. doi:10.1590/S0101-33002009000300004.
  2. "Brazil: Is 'Lulism' over?". Links International Journal of Socialist Renewal. 23 June 2013. Retrieved 30 September 2015.
  3. Alejandro M. Peña, ed. (2016). Transnational Governance and South American Politics: The Political Economy of Norms. Springer. p. 240. ISBN 9781137538635. In this manner, while the social liberalism of Lulismo favored the agenda of the local actors advancing sustainability and CSR projects in Brazil, and further tilted the discursive field in favor of the transnational sustainability ...
  4. Richard Sandbrook, ed. (2014). Reinventing the Left in the Global South: The Politics of the Possible. Cambridge University Press. p. 155. ... President Luiz Inácio (Lula) de Silva during his first term (2003–6) followed social-liberal policies ...