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25.5 Formative Assessment . Nationalism was a movement that would spread around the world and bring widespread political and social change. How was this idea evident in Latin America in the 1800’s? . 25.5 . ***The revolutions would come from the lower classes as well as the Creoles. ***

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25.5 Formative Assessment

  • Nationalism was a movement that would spread around the world and bring widespread political and social change.

  • How was this idea evident in Latin America in the 1800’s?


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  • ***The revolutions would come from the lower classes as well as the Creoles. ***

  • What form of nationalism would the Creoles fight for? Why? Explain –

  • Desire for self rule

  • - to break free from Peninsulares

  • -to break the rigid social order / they were considered “2nd Class”


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Why would Creoles be the “leaders” of independence movements?

  • Wealthy and well educated

  • Knew liberal political philosophies of Enlightenment


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How was this social and political situation similar to the French Revolution?

  • Creoles similar to Middle Class of Third Estate

  • Wealth, education but lack of power


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Pop Qz French Revolution?

  • African slaves

  • burning plantations, homes, sugar

  • Native Americans and Mestizos

  • Spain

  • Republic

  • Spain

  • Simon Bolivar

  • equality and liberty

  • Portugal

  • D – liberal

  • Constitutional Monarchy


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25.5 Latin America: Challenges to Growth French Revolution?

  • By 1820’s – most = independent (map p.667)

  • …..but…..Need unity and stable govt.


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Geography French Revolution?

  • Mountains – difficult transportation/communication

    • Lack of trade, economic growth, and unity

    • Ethnic groups become rivals


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Colonial Heritage French Revolution?

  • Peninsulares Haitian Creoles (free people of color)


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Social class distinctions childhood”

  • Creoles (military) replaced peninsulares as ruling class, so natives and mestizos still resent them.

  • ***form military dictatorships which still remain and create problems today.


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Political Conflicts childhood”

  • Liberals (mestizos, intellectuals, merchants)

    want = separation of church/state,

    break up large estates, higher taxes on land owners, public services, civilian control of govt. , free trade

  • Creoles, Church and Military oppose liberals

  • Many revolts and civil wars between classes


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