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Problems in modern Latin American history : sources and interpretations : completely revised and updated

Author: John Charles Chasteen; James A Wood
Publisher: Wilmington, Del. : SR Books, ©2004.
Series: Latin American silhouettes.
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"Problems in Modern Latin American History: Sources and Interpretations, Completely Revised and Updated".

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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Charles Chasteen; James A Wood
ISBN: 0842050604 9780842050609 0842050612 9780842050616
OCLC Number: 52554297
Description: xii, 323 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: I. Legacies of colonialism. The racial heritage of colonialism --
A spiritual economy --
Becoming "legally white" in colonial Venezuela --
A bishop reports on social conditions in colonial Mexico --
II. Independence and its consequences. War to the death --
The vision of Father Morelos --
Argentina's black legions --
The Brazilian path to independence --
What independence meant for women --
III. Slave culture. The beginnings of African-American culture --
Rethinking Palmares --
Africans in the American world --
A day on a coffee plantation --
A Cuban slave's testimony --
IV. Caudillos. Caudillos as scourge --
Caudillos as profit maximizers --
Caudillos as culture heroes --
The lions of Payara --
Ribbons and rituals --
Protagonist on a national stage --
V. Liberalism and the Catholic Church. A new generation of liberals --
Liberalism as anticlericalism --
The post-colonial church --
The Juárez Law and the Lerdo Law --
Generational warrior. VI. Race and nation building. The spector of degeneration --
Civilization versus barbarism --
A Brazilian tenement --
A Mexican national romance --
A raceless nation --
VII. Neocolonialism. Neocolonial economics --
Neocolonial ideologies --
A Paean to progress --
The traveling expert --Amazonian exotica --
The Athens of South America --
Our ugly little backyard --
VIII. Nationalism. Mestizo Pride --The power of indigenous community --
The poetry of anti-imperialism --
Economic nationalism in action --
The shark and the sardines Arévalo --
In the eye of the hurricane are 120 million children --
IX. Women and social change. Women and education in Latin America --
Women's reform issues in late nineteenth-century Peru and Mexico --
The Lady of Hope and the woman of the black myth --
Peronist feminism in Argentina --
Women's reform issues in late twentieth-century Brazil. X. Populism and the working class. The Peronist political vision --
Declaration of workers' rights --
Many Getúlios --
A consumate speechwriter --
Populism and national development --
Words as weapons --
XI. Social revolution. Essence of guerrilla warfare --
Testimony of a Guatemalan revolutionary --
Christianity and revolution --
Chile's revolution from below --
The Chilean road to socialism --
XII. Latin America, the United States, and the Cold War. The lesser of two evils --
Statements of U.S. policy doctrine --
Alleged assassination plots involving foreign leaders --
Two centuries later --
XIII. Globalization. Towards a new consciousness --
What photos would you take of the endless city? --
NAFTA and the U.S. economy --
First declaration from the Lacandón Jungle --
The fiesta of the word.
Series Title: Latin American silhouettes.
Responsibility: edited by John Charles Chasteen and James A. Wood.
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