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Modern Latin America

by Skidmore, Thomas E; Smith, Peter H; Green, James N.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2014Description: 520 p. gráficos, fotografías.ISBN: 978-0-19-992923-8.Subject(s): HISTORIA | CONQUISTA Y COLONIZACIÓN | RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES | REVOLUCIONES | AMÉRICA LATINA
Contents:
Why Latin America?.-- The colonial foundatins.-- Mexico: the taming of a revolution.-- Central America: within the U.S. Orbit.-- Cuba: key colony, socialist state.-- The Andes: soldiers, oligarchs, and indians.-- Colombia: civility and violence.-- Venezuela: the perils of prosperity.-- Argentina: progress, stalemate, discord.-- Chile: repression and democracy.-- Brazil: the awakening giant.-- Strategies for economic development.-- Dynamics of political transformation.-- Culture and society.-- Latin America in the world arena, 1800s-1980s.-- Latin America in the world arena, 1990s-present.
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Why Latin America?.-- The colonial foundatins.-- Mexico: the taming of a revolution.-- Central America: within the U.S. Orbit.-- Cuba: key colony, socialist state.-- The Andes: soldiers, oligarchs, and indians.-- Colombia: civility and violence.-- Venezuela: the perils of prosperity.-- Argentina: progress, stalemate, discord.-- Chile: repression and democracy.-- Brazil: the awakening giant.-- Strategies for economic development.-- Dynamics of political transformation.-- Culture and society.-- Latin America in the world arena, 1800s-1980s.-- Latin America in the world arena, 1990s-present.

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