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Chapter 6 Neocolonialism 1880-1930 -know cartoon, caption, and timeline on 180 --summary of general impacts of Liberal policies 181-82 --who replaced Spaniard or Portuguese as new foreign master? 182 --% of elites wealth that came from selling to Europe and US 182 -neocolonialism: a key concept in this chapter and the course. Know what it is. -what was the great export boom? Who benefited the most from export bonanaza? Impact on indigenous peoples in Mexico and Andes. --what percent Mexicans owned land 184, what did rest of rural Mexicans do? 184 --vagrancy laws 185 -Sociopolitical consequences of sugar, coffee, and banana production and trade. Contrast coffee to sugar and mining (186) --why were many sugar plantations and mines foreign owned (186) -Significance of Manaus opera house. Banana enclaves 188 --Ruben Dario and Machado de Assis represent what trend? 192 --extent of urbanization by 1930 192 -what kinds of government were generally associated with this export boom? 193 What “funny thing happened to the liberals...during their big comeback”? 193
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