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Nevertheless informal settlements continued to grow since the offer that emerged from this initiative didn’t meet the aims (Salgueiro 1977)) of a significant part of the population (individual houses with a yard). The construction of some social housing neighbourhoods by the State was not enough to fight back the spread of ISS. 2 1974–1976 The two first years after the revolution became crucial in terms of experimentation in terms of informal settlements. Although the social support to the revolution of 1974 crossed the Portuguese society, national governments knew that this was 34 P.
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