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Introduction to Latin American History_McLarnon_Date__041510

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Central America Peninsulares Creolos Mestizos Castas Comfort the rich Bless the army Christianize, but not incite, the poor Moskito Indians "The high principles expressed by this government are nothing but propaganda, and should be taken seriously only at your own risk" Monroe Doctrine Treaty of Peace and Amity Transisthmian canal United Provinces of Central America Panama Railroad Clayton-Bulwer Treaty Cornelius Vanderbilt William Walker Filabusterer Panama Canal Ferdinand DeLessips Jose Santos Zeleya Spanish American War Puerto Rico Philippines Virtual control of Cuba Hay-Pauncefoote Treaty Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine Big Stick Diplomacy Gunboat Diplomacy First Washington Conference on Central American Peace Bryan-Chamorro Treaty United Fruit Company (UFCO) Henry Miggs
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Unformatted text preview: Minor Keith Estrada Cabrera Cuyamel Fruit Sam “The Banana Man” Zemurray Good Neighbor Era Tibrucio Carias Maximiliano Hernandez Martinez Augustin Marti La Matanza Lend Lease Anastacio Somoza National Guard 2 Augusto Sandino Somoza dynasty 1936 – 1956: Anastasio Somoza Garcia 1956-1963 Luis Somoza 1963-1979: Anastasio Somoza Debalye Jorge Ubico 1936 Vagrancy Law "Ten Years of Spring" Dwight Eisenhower Cold War Juan Arevallo Jacobo Arbenz John Foster Dulles Alan Dulles Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. Operation Success Castillo Armas John F. Kennedy Bay of Pigs Alliance for Progress Lyndon Baines Johnson Mann Doctrine Richard M. Nixon Nixon Doctrine Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan FSLN – (Sandino Front for National Liberation – Sandinistas) Contra War "He may be an SOB, but he's our SOB"...
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