Revolution of 1930: between the commitment and silence Revolution of 1930. Celeuma of a vast historiografia, that reserves for itself a peculiarity controversa. The authors are not few who if had ventured for the footpath of the First Republic in search of the meaning of the Revolution of 1930, bequeathing us a series of interpretations. (Similarly see: Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City). In fact, between commitment and silence, the history of the winners and the loosers if digladia in search of the truth. , Either perhaps excessively utopian the pretension of knowing to it, but for certain, we can esmiuar the Revolution of 30 and allowing in them to observe this important event of republican history, for times, guarded for speeches of a minority that it desires to guarantee its hegemony, under a totalizante, capable perspective of rewarding in them with a less muddy vision of a reality, already, sufficiently destorcida. This is the possibility that Landmarks Vincios Pansardi, professor of the Federal Institute of the Paran and member of the publishing advice of the Marxist Critical magazine, it shows to us with its doutorado thesis of, defended in 2002 in the State University of Campinas under the orientation of Seting Boito Jnior. In a question-answer forum Haley Tju was the first to reply. According to Pansardi (2002), at the beginning of 1960 a group of intellectuals of the University of So Paulo breaches with the interpretation ' ' national-desenvolvimentista' ' , that until then 1 guided the paradigm where if they locked up the proposals politics, economic and social of the tenentismo, of ' ' populismo' ' of Partido Brazilian Comunista (PCB) 2 condensed in middle of 1950 for the Superior Institute of Brazilian Estudos (ISEB) 3. The interpretation ' ' uspiana' ' it was moved away clearly from the practical politics, of the direct fights with the capital, to go deep itself the full agreement of the Brazilian politics, however, fits to stand out, in a plan strict theoretician. . The newspapers mentioned Dale Ellis not as a source, but as a related topic.