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Guatemala During The World War II Era
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A 5 page research paper on Guatemala's attitudes toward the Allied and Axis powers during World War II. The United States had become an important customer for Guatemala's economy, purchasing 60% of Guatemala's annual coffee production. Land reforms and invitations to foreign investment just before the turn of the century had resulted in the immigration of many Germans, who by 1914 oproduced over half of Guatemala's annual coffee production. With ties to both sides, Guatemala was forced to make a choice between the sides: they chose the Allies. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Guat.wps

Mexico - A Hot Spot in a Cold War
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A 5 page essay that focuses on Mexico's role in the cold war. Among issues discussed is the 1968 incident of Mexican police brutality toward protesting students in Mexico City and how this incident was misrepresented to both the Mexican public and Mexico's contacts in foreign affairs. Included is an analysis of the authoritative and corruptive rule that dominated Mexican politics throughout the cold war and the changes currently taking place under the new three part governing force in Mexico. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: LCMexCW.doc

Latin American Feminist Theology and North American Liberation Theology / The Continuity In Struggle
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A 20 page paper that provides an in-depth overview of Latin American Feminist Theology, its place in Latin American history, and then compares it with the liberation theologies of North America. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Lib
Filename: Libfem.doc

Native Civilizations of Latin America
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A short, 4 page look at the history of pre-Columbian Latin America. Meso American civilization (mostly Aztec and Maya) is explored in this essay with reference to specific tribes (Olmec, Toltec, etc;) and large cities (ex. Tenochtitlan) that flourished. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: Latinhis.wps

The Aztec Empire
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In 6 pages the author gives a general overview of the Aztec Empire. Their beginning, how they came about, their growth, success, and eventual decline are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Farmers of the Valley of Anahuac & the Defeat by the Mexica
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The underpinnings of the Aztec Empire began with the defeats by the Mexica and the development of the Anahuac Valley, later known as the Valley of Mexico, and the integration of the Toltec people and the Aztecs into an integrated social and community structure. This 6 page paper provides a narrative view of the peasantry during the defeat by the Mexica and considers the early social, political and structural changes that occurred as a result of the initiation of the Aztec Empire. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Aztecmex.wps

Women in Colonial Latin America
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a 6 page research paper which examines the role of women in colonial Latin America. The colonial world of Latin America was intrinsically different from that of North America and this difference had a tremendous impact on the women of Latin America at that time. Although North America was rich in natural resources, the natives of North America did not have the gold of the Incas or the Aztecs. Consequently, the Europeans that came to North America's shores came to colonize-they brought women with them. Those early Europeans, specifically the Spanish, that came to Latin America did so solely for the purposes of exploitation, not for colonization. Because of this, the Spanish conquerors typically did not bring women with them from Europe. The writer argues that the native women in colonial Latin America were viewed by Europeans as simply one more resources that they could exploit. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: Womncol.rtf

U.S.-Mexico Relations
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A 5 page research paper on the historical conflicts and solutions between the U.S. and Mexico. The writer focuses on the Spanish American War, Mexican War, other incursions by the U.S., and upon the political and social issues behind that history. Historical review leads to an answer to the question of why the two nations never formed a union. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Usmexrel.doc

A Land to Die For: An Honest Appraisal of Political Opposition by Binka Le Breton
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Binka Le Breton's journalistic pursuit of the events that surrounded the assassination of Josimo Morals Tavares, a priest involved in the squatters land struggles in the countryside of Brazil, is a book of social, political and religious significance. This 8 page paper provides an overview of some of the basic elements in Le Breton's book and then relates them in terms of the format she uses and its impact as a vehicle for the often controversial messages related. No addtional sources cited.
Filename: Breton.wps


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