Latin America and the origins of its twenty-first century
Latin American societies were created as pre-industrial colonies, that is, peoples whose cultures and racial makeup were largely determined by having been conquered by Spain or Portugal. In all these societies, a colonial heritage created political and social attitudes that were not conducive to the...
|Published:||Santa Barbara, Calif. : Praeger, c2010.|
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