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Problems in Modern Latin American History : Sources and Interpretations,9780842050616

Problems in Modern Latin American History : Sources and Interpretations

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Revised
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9780842050616

ISBN10:
0842050612
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Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/1/2003
Publisher(s):
Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc
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Summary

This is a completely revised and updated edition of SR Books' classic text, Problems in Modern Latin American History. This book has been brought up to date by Professors John Charles Chasteen and James A. Wood to reflect current scholarship and to

Table of Contents

Introduction ix
The Pictorial Evidence: Reading Images xi
Legacies of Colonialism
1(22)
The Racial Heritage of Colonialism
3(3)
Stanley
Barbara Stein
A Spiritual Economy
6(5)
Kathryn Burns
Becoming ``Legally White'' in Colonial Venezuela, City Council of Caracas
11(5)
A Bishop Reports on Social Conditions in Colonial Mexico
16(7)
Manuel Abad y Queipo
Independence and Its Consequences
23(26)
War to the Death
25(2)
Simon Bolivar
The Vision of Father Morelos
27(3)
Enrique Krause
Argentina's Black Legioins
30(4)
G. Reid Andrews
The Brazilian Path to Independence
34(3)
John Charles Chasteen
What Independence Meant for Women
37(12)
Sarah C. Chambers
Reading Images: Nineteenth-Century Travelers
45(4)
Slave Culture
49(28)
The Beginnings of African-American Culture
51(3)
Sidney W. Mintz
Richard price
Rethinking Palmares
54(5)
Stuart B. Schwartz
Africans in the American World
59(4)
John Thornton
A Day on a Coffee Plantation
63(4)
Stanley J. Stein
A Cuban Slave's Testimony
67(10)
Esteban Montejo
Reading Images: Brazilian Slaves
73(4)
Caudillos
77(26)
Caudillos as Scourge
79(3)
Charles E. Chapman
Caudillos as Profit Maximizers
82(5)
Eric R. Wolf
Edward C. Hansen
Caudillos as Culture Heroes
87(5)
Ariel de la Fuente
The Lions of Payara
92(4)
Jose Antonio Paez
Ribbons and Rituals
96(3)
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento
Protagonist on a National Stage
99(4)
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
Liberalism and the Catholic Church
103(24)
A New Generation of Liberals
105(4)
Frank Safford
Liberalism as Anticlericalism
109(4)
Helen Delpar
The Post-Colonial Church
113(4)
John Lynch
The Juarez Law and the Lerdo Law
117(3)
Brian Hamnett
Generational Warrior
120(7)
Francisco Bilbao
Race and Nation Building
127(22)
The Specter of Degeneration
129(3)
Martin S. Stabb
Civilization versus Barbarism
132(2)
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento
A Brazilian Tenement
134(3)
Aluisio Azevedo
A Mexican National Romance
137(5)
Ignacio Altamirano
A Raceless Nation
142(7)
Ada Ferrer
Neocolonialism
149(32)
Neocolonial Economics
151(3)
Celso Furtado
Neocolonial Ideologies
154(6)
E. Bradford Burns
A Paean to Progress
160(3)
Georges Clemenceau
The Traveling Expert
163(2)
Henry Stephens
Amazonian Exotica
165(4)
H. M. Tomlinson
The Athens of South America
169(2)
H. J. Mozans
Our Ugly Little Backyard
171(10)
Frederick Palmer
Reading Images: U.S.-Latin American Relations
175(6)
Nationalism
181(22)
Mestizo Pride
183(3)
Gilberto Freyre
The Power of Indigenous Community
186(4)
Ciro Alegria
The Poetry of Anti-Imperialism
190(3)
Pablo Neruda
Economic Nationalism in Action
193(2)
Lesley Byrd Simpson
The Shark and the Sardines
195(3)
Juan Jose Arevalo
In the Eye of the Hurricane Are 120 Million Children
198(5)
Eduardo Galeano
Women and Social Change
203(24)
Women and Education in Latin America
205(5)
Francesca Miller
Women's Reform Issues in Late Nineteenth-Century Peru and Mexico
210(4)
Carolina Freyre de Jaimes
Violetas del Anahuac
The Lady of Hope and the Woman of the Black Myth
214(5)
Julie M. Taylor
Peronist Feminism in Argentina
219(3)
Eva Peron
Women's Reform Issues in Late Twentieth-Century Brazil
222(5)
Benedita Da Silva
Populism and the Working Class
227(24)
The Peronist Political Vision
229(5)
Daniel James
Declaration of Workers' Rights
234(2)
Juan Peron
Many Getulios
236(5)
Robert M. Levine
A Consummate Speechwriter
241(2)
Getulio Vargas
Populism and National Development
243(2)
Fernando Henrique Cardoso
Enzo Faletto
Words as Weapons
245(6)
Herbert Braun
Social Revolution
251(28)
Essence of Guerrilla Warfare
253(5)
Che Guevara
Testimony of a Guatemalan Revolutionary
258(3)
Maria Lupe
Christianity and Revolution
261(4)
Margaret Randall
Chile's Revolution from Below
265(4)
Peter Winn
The Chilean Road to Socialism
269(10)
Salvador Allende
Reading Images: Religion and Politics
275(4)
Latin America, the United States, and the Cold War
279(22)
The Lesser of Two Evils
281(5)
David F. Schmitz
Statements of U.S. Foreign Policy Doctrine Presidents
286(3)
James Monroe
Theodore Roosevelt
Harry Truman
Alleged Assassination Plots Involving Foreign Leaders, Church Committee
289(5)
Two Centuries Later
294(7)
Lars Schoultz
Globalization
301(22)
Towards a New Consciousness
303(4)
Gloria Anzaldua
What Photos Would You Take of the Endless City?
307(5)
Carlos Monsivais
Nafta and the U.S. Economy, The Clinton Administration
312(3)
First Declaration from the Lacandon Jungle, Zapatista National Liberation Army
315(3)
The Fiesta of the Word
318(5)
June C. Nash
About the Editors 323


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