Latin American: Politics & Economics since 1900
Fluctuations & crises in the evolution toward beginnings of economic liberalization & democratic government. Examined in terms of growth, labor, imports/exports, industrialization, U.S. dominance, military regimes & leftist revolutions.
# 20740 | 4,500 words | 16 sources | 1993 |
Published on Mar 02, 2003 in Economics (International) , Political Science (Non-U.S.) , Latin-American Studies (Modern Period (1900-1960))
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From the Paper:" Political and Economic Development of Latin America since 1900
This paper will discuss the political and economic development of Latin America in the 20th Century. Since 1900, the economic situation in Latin America has evolved from exportdriven economies, through import-substituting industrialization to the beginnings of a true world market-driven economy. All of these economic changes have been precipitated by economic crises throughout the 20th Century, as the countries of Latin America have experienced few extended periods of economic success. The political situation in Latin America has been affected by political ideas and traditions which date back to the conquest and settlement of Latin America by the Spanish and Portuguese, by the influence of the United States, and by the rise and fall of economic fortunes. In fact, the recent trend towards civilian.."
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