These aimed at the maintenance of the power with the use of the practical ones of clientelismo, fisiologismo, personalismo and corruption, where the public and the private one if confused. According to 5 BIASOLI, in its article, & ldquo; Politician-economic moment of the creation of the DASP& rdquo; , ahead by the necessity of the reinforcement of the central power, the Government Vargas took some measures that the centralization also aimed at being able of them of the Brazilian State, such as the unification of the laws; in the plan politician it established the universal and private vote with the objective to prevent & ldquo; vote of cabresto& rdquo; , as form to diminish tension of the colonels on the agricultural population. The State starts to act according to that Weber would call & ldquo; type of rational-legal domination or burocrtica& rdquo; , implanting careers for the formation of a bureaucracy from meritocrticas bases. For meritocracia, form of government based on the merit is understood as. The hierarchic positions are conquered in the base of merit and have a predominance of values, such as education, ability and ability. It is associated with the bureaucratic state, being the form for which the employees are selected (through competitions or examinations of evaluation) to enter and to occupy the ranks in accordance with its capacity, of form the one that is prevented the distinction between its pairs. Remembering the crisis of 29/30, where the State appeared of extinguished form, become attached to the concept that the market if auto-regulated, and with the aggravated economic situation with the crisis of the exportation of the coffee, the politician-economic thought if came back toward one new model that contemplated the desenvolvimentista State, acting of interventionist form, assuming for itself the responsibility to foment the activities productive, with investments of sum in the capital goods industries, with the creation of the National Siderurgical Company – CSN and the Company Valley of the River Candy. . .