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A best seller for the introductory Latin American history course, this text presents its account of pre-historical times to the present through its integrating framework of the dependency theory, which emphasizes the economic relationship between Latin American nations and wealthier nations, particularly the United States. This new edition includes a substantial increase in social and cultural coverage, namely of women, indigenous peoples, and Afro-Latino peoples. A chronological approach allows students to keep track of events and comprehend their significance. The text's availability in two versions (i.e. comprehensive and by year) permits varying curriculums.
Table of Contents
|The Geographical Background of Latin American History|
|The Colonial Heritage of Latin America|
|Ancient America Environment and Culture in Ancient America|
|The Maya of Central America|
|The Aztecs of Mexico|
|The Incas of Peru|
|The Hispanic Background Spain's Medieval Heritage|
|The Spain of Ferdinand and Isabella|
|The Hapsburg Era: Triumph and Tragedy|
|The Conquest of America|
|The Great Voyages|
|The Conquest of Mexico|
|The Conquest of Peru How a Handful of Spaniards Won Two Empires|
|The Quest for El Dorado|
|The Economic Foundations of Colonial Life Tribute and Labor in the Spanish Colonies|
|The Colonial Economy Commerce, Smuggling, and Piracy|
|State, Church, and Society Political Institutions of the Spanish Empire|
|The Church in the Indies|
|The Structure of Class and Caste|
|The Beginning of Colonial Brazil Government and Church Masters and Slaves|
|The Bourbon Reforms and Spanish America Reform and Recovery|
|Colonial Culture and the Enlightenment Creole Nationalism|
|Colonial Society in Transition, 1750-1810: An Overview|
|The Revolt of the Masses|
|The Independence of Latin America Background of the Wars of Independence|
|The Liberation of South America Mexico's Road to Independence|
|Latin American Independence: A Reckoning|
|Latin America in the Nineteenth Century|
|Dictators and Revolutions|
|The Fruits of Independence Mexico Argentina Chile Brazil Peru Cuba|
|United Provinces of Central America Gran Colombia|
|The Triumph of Neocolonialism|
|The New Colonialism Mexican Politics and Economy|
|Argentine Politics and Economy Chilean Politics and Economy|
|Brazilian Politics and Economy Peruvian Politics and Economy|
|Central American Politics and Economy Venezuelan Politics and Economy|
|Colombian Politics and Economy|
|Society and Culture in the Nineteenth Century|
|How New Was the New Society?|
|The Passing of the Society of Castes|
|The Process of Modernization|
|The Romantic Revolt Literature and Social Change, 1880-1910|
|The Romantic Revolt Continued: Ecuador and Peru|
|Latin America Since 1900|
|The Mexican Revolution--and After|
|The Great Revolution, 1910-1920 Reconstructing the State: Rule of the Millionaire Socialists Cardenas and the Populist Interlude|
|The Big Bourgeoisie in Power, 1940-1976: Erosion of Reform Deconstructing the State: Neoliberalism and the Second Conquest of Mexico, 1977-2003|
|Argentina: The Failure of Democracy|
|The Export Economy Argentine Society|
|The Radical Era, 1916-1930|
|The "Infamous Decade," 1930-1943: The Conservative Restoration|
|The Peron Era, 1943-1955|
|The Shadow of Peron, 1955-1973 Military Dictatorship, 1974-1983|
|Return to Democracy and the Death of Peronismo|
|The Chilean Way Foreign Dependency and the Parliamentary Republic, 1891-1920|
|Alessandri and the Rise of Populism, 1920-1970|
|The Chilean Road to Socialism, 1970-1973|
|Neoliberalism and Democratic Constraints, 1973-2003|
|Republican Brazil Decline and Fall of the Old Republic, 1914-1930|
|Vargas and the Bourgeois Revolution, 1930-1954|
|Reform and Reaction, 1954-1964|
|Brazil's "Colonial Fascism" The Transition to Democracy, 1983-2003: "The New Republic|
|Storm over the Andes: The Struggle for Land and Development|
|Three Andean Revolutions Neocolonial Peru: The English and North American Connections, 1883-1968|
|The Rise and Fall of the Peruvian Revolution, 1968-2003|
|The Cuban Revolution Independence and the Spanish-Cuban-American War Dependent Development and Popular Struggle, 1902-1953|
|The Revolution: The Odyssey of Fidel Castro|
|The Revolution in Power: 1959-2003|
|Revolution and Counterrevolution in Central America: Twilight of the Tyrants?|
|Guatemala Nicaragua El Salvador|
|Lands of Bolivar: Venezuela and Colombia in the Twentieth Century Venezuela in the Early Twentieth Century, 1908-1958|
|Venezuela's Representative Democracy, 1958-2003|
|Colombia in the Twentieth Century|
|The Two Americas: United States-Latin American Relations U.S. Policy Objectives Prelude to Empire, 1810-1897|
|An Imperial Power, 1898-1945|
|Defending the Empire and Capitalism, 1945-1981|
|The Return to "Gunboat Diplomacy," 1981-2003|
|Toward a New World Order?|
|Latin American Society in Transition Economic Problems: A Permanent Latin American Crisis?|
|The New Class Structure Attitudes and Mentalities: Change and Resistance to Change|
|The Flowering of Latin American Culture|
|Suggestions for Further Reading|
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