Latin American Civilization: History and Society, 1492 to the Present

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Benjamin Keen
Avalon Publishing, Jan 11, 2000 - History - 507 pages
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The seventh edition of this classic book of readings combines the best of the previous collections with new material on modern developments, including a mounting debt crisis in Latin America coupled with the failure of neoliberal economics, recent government setbacks versus guerillas in Colombia, and governmental struggles in Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, and Brazil.

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The late Benjamin Keen was professor emeritus at Northern Illinois University. He authored several academic works, including The Aztec Image in Western Thought. He was the recipient of the 1985 Distinguished Service Award of the Conference on Latin American History. The late Benjamin Keen was professor emeritus at Northern Illinois University. He authored several academic works, including The Aztec Image in Western Thought. He was the recipient of the 1985 Distinguished Service Award of the Conference on Latin American History.

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