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Modern Latin America: Struggle for Sovereignty Section 4 of Latin America Praxis Review With Frank Argote-Freyre

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Modern Latin America: Struggle for SovereigntySection 4 of Latin AmericaPraxis Review

With Frank Argote-Freyre

Spanish-Cuban-American WarUnited States Emerges as World Power

Wreckage of Battleship Maine in Havana Harbor

American Mediterranean

Panama: The Creation of a Nation and a CanalLock on the Panama Canal

Revolution:Mexico 1910

Image of Emiliano ZapataLand and Liberty Painting by David Alfaro Siqueiros: The People in Arms

Evolution of United States Latin America PolicyGunboat DiplomacyGood Neighbor PolicyCold War ContainmentIgnorance is Bliss?

Friendly Dictators

Fulgencio Batista Zaldivar in CubaRafael Leonidas Trujillo Dominican Republic

Cold War Interventions:A SamplingGuatemala 1954 [Ouster of Jacobo rbenz Covert Action]Dominican Republic 1965 [Preserve Military Government Military Intervention]Chile 1973 [Ouster of Salvador Allende Covert Action]Nicaragua 1980s [Iran-Contra Scandal Covert Action]

Interventions

Augusto Pinochet of Chile Toppled Elected Government of Salvador AllendePresident Reagan Succeeded in Derailing Nicaraguan Revolution

Revolution:Cuba 1959

Cuban Image Challenging Uncle SamScene of Revolutionary Triumph

Cuban Missile Crisis

October 1962:Flirtation with Nuclear War

Emergence of Brazil:Stepping Away from Colonial Image

Images of BrasliaNational Congress Modern Cathedral

United States Policy in the Wake ofSeptember 11

Latin America:Today and Looking ForwardNew Trading PartnersNew Signs of Economic and Political IndependenceTowards a More Balanced Relationship

A Swing to the Left?

Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, Fidel Castro of Cuba, and Evo Morales of Bolivia

Economic Challenges for US

Growing Chinese InfluenceUS dependence on Foreign Oil Venezuela and Mexico Major Suppliers