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Unformatted text preview: o Includes the Pampas—temperate grasslands o Economically most advanced o Transportation networks and quality of life are excellent for upper and middle class • Amerindian—subsistence (western coast) o Correlates with the former Inca Empire o Feudal socioeconomic structure persists o Includes some of South America’s poorest areas o Subsistence agriculture must contend with difficult environmental challenges • Mestizo—traditional o Surrounds the Amerindian—subsistence region o A zone of mixture—culturally and agriculturally o Transitional – economic connotations • Undifferentiated o Characteristics are difficult to classify o Sparsely populated o Isolation and lack of change – notable features ← Development of Amazonia may prompt significant changes...
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