LATIN AMERICAN MODERNIZATION

LATIN AMERICAN MODERNIZATION - FROM LIBERALISM TO...

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FROM LIBERALISM TO REVOLUTION Osvaldo Jordan September 3, 2009
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THE LAND QUESTION LAND KING CHURCH Indian Towns Spanish Towns HACIENDAS/ FAZENDAS
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AN IDEOLOGIAL RIFT IN THE AMERICAS CONSERVATISM - Maintaining the existing colonial order ( ancien regime ), including the large estates (=latifundia) of the Landed Elite (ARISTOCRACY), the Catholic Church, and the Spanish Crown. LIBERALISM - Transforming existing society towards free trade, republican government, and technological innovation (BOURGEOISIE)
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EXPORT-LED (OUTWARD) DEVELOPMENT Beef and Wheat. Argentina. Coffee. Brazil, Colombia, and Central America. Guano (Nitrates). Peru, Bolivia, and Chile. Minerals. Bolivia, Chile, Mexico, and Venezuela. Sugar. Brazil, Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Peru. Bananas. Central America and Colombia.
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LIBERAL OUTCOMES Latin American countries became producers of raw materials and importers of European and North American manufactured goods. Dispossession of Peasants and Indigenous
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2010 for the course CPO 3300 taught by Professor Jc during the Spring '10 term at University of Florida.

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