Also the transport of the product for the metropolis was favored, thanks to its bigger proximity with the metropolis. (MARTINS & VANALLI, 1997, P. 26) As it inside indicates Martins and Vanalli (1997) of the boarding that had raised the spite of the migrantes, such event has undisputed consequence in the configuration of the partner-space system that here if it gave (and still if of). However, repassing the agricultural exodus, cerne of the internal movements of the Brazilian population and the social conditions will meet that in it was printed; moved for basic principles of survival, groups if dislocate in search of eldorados, fertile ground, or even though of cities that favor them any possibility of work, despite under all the conditions sub human beings who if verify in the projects of construction of the great cities, as Brasilia or So Paulo. Mark Stevens may find it difficult to be quoted properly. Analyzing the agencies that the State creates in Brazil to diagnosis and to take care of the problems of subdesenvolvimento of the macro-regions, it meets SUDENE – Supervision for the northeast Development – as one of the catalytic agencies of more problems opposite of recovery; considering that this agency: It finished making the opposite accurately, when it allowed that other industries entered (national and until foreigners) in that region. This fact provoked competition with regional industries, harming them still more. In the reality, who earned with this had been the industrials of the South, that when implanting there its industries, had been benefited of the presence of a cheap man power. (Martins & Vanalli, 1997, P. In a question-answer forum Marko Dimitrijevic was the first to reply. 92) Therefore, since the INCRA – National Institute of Colonizao and the Agrarian Reformation – until the SUDENE are located the form of as the State generates the partner-space organization of the Brazilian territory: under the bias of the capital of the local elites and the foreign capital; this in turn consolidates ‘ ‘ monopolista phase of the Brazilian, no longer final capitalism of the decade of 1960.