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Final Review Sheet - El Mozote as a “cold war parable.”...

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Final Examination Review Sheet, History 171 Fall 2007 Examination Date: Monday, December 17 th @ 1:00 to 3:00 Terms/Concepts Competitive Capitalist Industrialization Wage Goods Free Trade Imperialism Finance Capitalism Producer Goods New Imperialism Comparative Advantage Belle Epoque Order and Progress Positivism Spanish American War of 1898 Roosevelt Corollary Platt Amendment Dollar Diplomacy Good Neighbor Policy The Cold War Alliance for Progress Mann Doctrine El Salvadoran Civil War The Massacre at El Mozote Liberation Theology Dependency Theory Raul Prebisch Import Substitution Industrialization Populism Corporatism The Debt Crisis IMF and Latin America Augusto Pinochet Salvador Allende Revolution for Liberty Essays Mark Danner describes the El Salvadoran conflict and, specifically, the events at
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Unformatted text preview: El Mozote as a “cold war parable.” Analyze what Danner means by the comment. Analyze how the people of El Mozote were part of a larger conflict and explore the different representations and meanings of the massacre and how these were connected to larger political issues. Explain how Latin America tied into the world economic system in the late 19 th and 20 th century. Discuss the North Atlantic background, Latin America’s role in the international division of labor, the economic theories connected to this involvement, how politics and economics interacted, and how Latin America dealt with the dislocations of the twentieth century....
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HIST 171 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '08 term at UNL.

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