Latin American Decolonization European Even In Resistance
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The paper discusses how even where newly independent countries in the region explicitly disavowed the influence of the imperial powers that had shaped Latin America, their means and vocabulary of resistance were inescapably shaped by policies and discourses emerging from Europe and the United States. This paper offers an overview of how the very possibility of a truly 'indigenous' Latin American decolonization was pre-empted by colonialism, and then considers the individual cases of Chile, Peru, Brazil, Mexico, and Colombia as specific examples of this phenomenon.
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