Many countries are filled with such problems as poverty, drugs, and violence especially
when they are transitioning between governments, social structures, and/or economic structures.
The end result, a revolution, is inevitable. When studying Mexico, Cuba
Domingo Sarmiento and Jose Mart were both advocates of change in Latin America.
Sarmiento was an Argentine intellectual and president of the country from 1968 to 1974 who
wanted to modernize South American people and culture. He believed that in order to
February 1, 2013
After the Chilean civil wars of 1851, 1859, and 1891, Chilean miners had finally had
enough (Lecture, Jan. 24, 2012). Based in Lota, Chile, 1897, Sub terra explores the relationships
between miners and min
May 3, 2013
Primary Source Analysis
In Santiago, Chile on September 11, 1973, President Salvador Allende gave his last
speech. Wanting to proclaim his final stand before a military takeover of the country, Allende
addressed the people of C