Hispanos and the Communal Revolution

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Hispanos and the Communal Revolution: Compare and Contrast of Land Ideas with Hispanos and Anglo- Americans 1870’s and 1880’s: Commercial Revolution: Changes the way trade is done transcontinentally. Texas is now overgrazed, so new land is needed. In Southwestern US, The number of Cattle GREATLY increased from 13k to million to 1.25 million by 1888. Sheep was more dramatic with 619k to 1 million to about 5 million in 1920 Commercial Revolution in Northern New Mexico: Capitalist mode of production: o Class-based division of labor: Capitalists/investors/managers/workers o Profit Motive=accumulate capital o Beyond Subsistence needs Markets: o Supply, Global Finance, Consumer Creation of Timber Markets, Minerals, Agricultural Markets and a Livestock market. o Technology: Railroads expand (Gadsgan Purchase), Refrigerator, Barbed Wire, and Internal Combustion Engine. Barbed Wire (Manitos)-(Who are they? What village and culture was like in mountain areas?, How did the commercial revolution affect them?
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