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A history of Latin America.

Author: Benjamin Keen; Keith Haynes
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Wadsworth Cengage Learning, ©2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 9th ed., International ed.View all editions and formats
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Encompasses political and diplomatic theory, class structure and economic organization, culture and religion, and the environment. This title includes coverage of social and cultural history  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Benjamin Keen; Keith Haynes
ISBN: 9781111841430 1111841438 9781111841447 1111841446 9781133050506 1133050506 9781111841409 1111841403 9781111841416 1111841411
OCLC Number: 779242983
Notes: Includes index.
Page numbering continues from v.1 through v.2 ; Chapters 9-11 (p. 186-280) are duplicated in v.1 and v.2.
Description: 2 volumes (xvi, 608 pages, 18 pages) : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm
Contents: V. 1. Ancient America to 1910 --
v. 2. Independence to the present. v. 1. pt. 1. The colonial heritage of Latin America. Ancient America --
The Hispanic background --
The conquest of America --
The economic foundations of colonial life --
State, church, and society --
Colonial Brazil --
The Bourbon reforms and Spanish America --
The independence of Latin America --
pt. 2. Latin America in the nineteenth century. Decolonization and the search for national identities, 1821-1870 --
Race, nation, and the meaning of freedom, 1821-1888 --
The triumph of neocolonialism and the liberal state, 1870-1900. v. 2. pt. 2. Latin America in the nineteenth century. Decolonization and the search for national identities, 1821-1870 --
Race, nation, and the meaning of freedom, 1821-1888 --
The triumph of neocolonialism and the liberal state, 1870-1900 --
pt. 3. Latin America since 1900. Forging a new nation: the Mexican revolution and the populist challenge --
Brazil: populism and the struggle for democracy in a multiracial society --
Argentina: populism, the military, and the struggle for democracy --
Cuba: the revolutionary socialist alternative to populism --
Storm over the Andes: indigenous rights and the corporatist military alternative --
Chili: the democratic socialist alternative --
Twilight of the tyrants: revolution and prolonged popular war in Central America --
Lands of Bolívar: military crisis, state repression, and popular democracy --
Deconstruction the state: dictatorship and the origins of neoliberal markets --
Transcending neoliberalism: electoral egaños and popular resistance to the dictatorshop of markets --
The two Americas: United States-Latin American relations.

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