Latin America's Colonial Past Essay by The Research Group

Latin America's Colonial Past
This paper reviews "The Colonial Heritage of Latin America" by Stanley and Barbara Stein.
# 73527 | 675 words | 1 source | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2004 in Latin-American Studies (General)


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The paper analyzes "The Colonial Heritage of Latin America," by Stanley and Barbara Stein who argue that many of the characteristics and limitations of Latin America have their inception during the colonial period and have been altered only slightly with the passage of time and increasing technology that enables better contact with the rest of the world. The paper discusses the suggestion that Latin America is a continent that has only been able to inadequately fulfill its development potential, based on the limitations of the persistent characteristics of its colonial past.

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"In "The Colonial Heritage of Latin America," Stanley and Barbara Stein argue that many of the characteristics and limitations of Latin America have their inception during the colonial period and have been altered only slightly with the passage of time and increasing technology that enables better contact with the rest of the world."

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