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Factors Influencing Deeper Market-Oriented Economic Reform Efforts
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A 18 page consideration of the various factors that impede deeper market-oriented economic reform. Using examples from Latin America the author contends that outside aid is one of the primary inhibitive factors in this trend. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPLatPol.rtf

Family Relationships: "Good Faith and Truthful Ignorance"
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A 4 page paper discussing typical family relationships in 16th century Latin America, during the early colonial period. It uses as its beginning Cook and Cook’s “Good Faith and Truthful Ignorance: A Case of Transatlantic Bigamy.” Today’s Latin American families have many more options open to them, but the attitudes and perceptions of the colonial period persist in the form of tradition. Today’s Latin American families are not as bound to their families – either those of birth or those married into – in practice, but tradition remains as the ideal. Bibliography lists 1 source.
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Foreign Direct/Indirect Political And Economic Domination: Impact Upon Material Welfare Of White And Non-White Latin American Nation Populations In The 19th And 20th Centuries
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5 pages in length. Historical literary accounts of Latin America's quest for freedom delve deeply into the social and cultural foundation of discrimination and oppression during the nation's formative years, effectively illustrating the extent to which the Americas suffered gross indignities at the hands of those who were in control, with primary emphasis upon the oppressive nature of European colonization. Andrea & Overfield's The Human Record : Sources of Global History and Bulliet et al's Earth and Its Peoples : A Global History Since 1750 are instrumental in illustrating the detrimental impact of colonization, as well as concentrating upon the significant quest for independence that Latin America ultimately realized as a nation. No additional sources cited.
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Francisco de Miranda: Ideals for Independence for Venezuela
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A 5 page paper examining Miranda’s fascination with independence and freedom of spirit. Francisco de Miranda (1750-1816) is remembered as being one of Venezuela’s greatest patriots, serving a leadership role in initiating Venezuela’s independence from Spain in 1811 but not living to see the fact fully accomplished. Though he died in a Spanish dungeon, he envisioned for Venezuela an economy and approach to everyday life similar to that which he had found in the United States and in Europe. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Global Terrorism : Strategies
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A 7 page paper that reports and discusses terrorist operations in specific regions and countries. These include South and Latin America, Somalia, Sudan, Kashmir, Sri Lanka, India and Pakistan. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Globalization and an Increased Propensity for Violence?
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A 5 page contention that globalization too often comes with an increased propensity for violence. Definitions and examples from Latin America illustrate this contention. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Habell-Pallan & Romero/Latino/A Popular Culture
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A 3 page essay that discusses made in the introduction to the text Latino/A Popular Culture (2002). Editors Michelle Habell-Pallan and Mary Romero make a number of pertinent points on this subject. First of all, the authors point out that the term "Latino" is "politically charged," defined in different ways by various diverse communities (Habell-Pallan and Romero 3). Also, the authors make the point that popular culture not only addresses "ethnic and racial identity" and how it is "contested, reproduced and transformed," but popular culture also represents an area in society in which the struggle for equality is actively engaged (Habell-Pallan and Romero 6). The writer discusses these points. No additional sources cited.
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