10.13.10 - 10/13/10 Ch: 7 Illusion of independence, Latin...

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10/13/10 Ch: 7 - Illusion of independence, Latin America - 19 th century: political independence. - 9 million African, 60 Native Americans: human blend. - Malaria: yellow fever: 90% die off. Esp Native Americans. - Social Structure by Europeans. - Women considered below men, no power, follow husband. - Work: free peasants. Peons: full time workers. In debt to owner. - Exploit minerals - Demand on imports - Opened markets to free trade, ruined markets ~debt - Monroe doctrine: U.S interest and invest in Latin America. - Corporatism: combined owners without regard to race. Revolutionary - Latin American societies lack integration. - Leaders from elite class. - Emiliano Zapata: Native Americans should have rights they deserve. - Problems with government: President Madero fixes many of them. o Reconstruction~ education. - (164) Depression: (U.S 1929) ripple effect around the world. Collapse of Latin American exports. Stock market. - (150) Monroe Doctrine: 1823 Protect Latin America from European dominance/interference. Beginning of U.S dominance of western hemisphere. - (153) Good neighbor policy: 1933 Pres Roosevelt. U.S will have less interference in Western hemisphere but better relations. Ch 8: Sub Saharan Africa Under European Sway - Aba Womens War : poor women mouth off messenger. Europeans called it a riot and not a war. British killed many women in Nigeria. -
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10.13.10 - 10/13/10 Ch: 7 Illusion of independence, Latin...

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