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Latin American Civilization: History and…
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Latin American Civilization: History and Society, 1492 to the Present

by Benjamin Keen

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Combines new material on women in Latin America and modern developments, including a mounting debts crisis in Latin America coupled with the failure of neoliberal economics, recent government setbacks versus guerrillas in Colombia, and governmental struggles in Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, and Brazil.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0813336236, Paperback)

The seventh edition of this classic book of readings combines the best of the previous collections with new material on modern developments, including a mounting debt crisis in Latin America coupled with the failure of neoliberal economics, recent government setbacks versus guerillas in Colombia, and governmental struggles in Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, and Brazil.

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A classic anthology of primary readings in Latin American history now updated to document dramatic recent changes, including the resurgence of leftist governments and the feminization of politics.

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