Latin America Post WWII. Whether the present democratic culture of L.A. is a temporary aberration or the beginning of an enlightened trend remains to be seen. Today’s Objectives. Understand how L.A. countries responded to the growing influence of the United States in L.A.
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Whether the present democratic culture of L.A. is a temporary aberration or the beginning of an enlightened trend remains to be seen.
Side Note: Ernesto Guevara was in Guatemala at the time. These events most likely played a major factor in his radicalization. Guevara then joined Fidel Castro and they took over Cuba in 1959.
2. And an insufficient industrial sector, which consumed expensive imports of technology.
Any thoughts on the above statement?