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Chapter 32: Latin America. Emily Kopas & Aku Acquaye. Objectives. How did U.S. Intervention affect the development of Mexico, Guatemala, and Cuba? How did the cold war affect Latin America's stance between the U.S. and Asia?

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chapter 32 latin america

Chapter 32: Latin America

Emily Kopas & Aku Acquaye

objectives
Objectives
  • How did U.S. Intervention affect the development of Mexico, Guatemala, and Cuba?
  • How did the cold war affect Latin America's stance between the U.S. and Asia?
  • What were the results of the new democratic trends in Latin America?
  • What were the results of poor economic growth, social injustice, and political instability in Latin America?
  • What was the role of women in the development of Latin American politics?
vocab
Vocab
  • PRI
  • Zapatistas
  • United Fruit Company
  • Fidel Castro
  • Che Ernesto Guevara
  • Liberation Theology
  • Salvador Allende
  • Sandinista Party
  • Banana Republics
  • Good Neighbor Policy
  • Alliance for Progress
latin america after world war ii
Latin America After World War II
  • Initially dominated by authoritative reformers
  • Mexico and the PRI
    • Corrupt & no social improvement
    • Radical opposition by Zapatistas
  • Replaced by conservative PAN Party
    • First step towards democracy
radical opposition in the 1950s
Radical Opposition in the 1950s
  • Marxian Socialist Philosophy
  • Guatemala
    • Radial change to land distribution
    • Intervention by U.S. & United Fruit Company
    • Failure to improve social/economic problems
radical opposition in the 1950s1
Radical Opposition in the 1950s
  • Cuba
    • Large middle class, literacy & heath care
    • Fidel Castro
        • Marxist-Leninist
        • Launched radical change
        • Supported nationalist & anti-imperialist policy
    • Depended on support by Soviet Union
reform and military options
Reform and Military Options

Democracies

Catholic Church involvement

Military based rulers

united states and latin america continuing presence
United States and Latin America: Continuing Presence
  • Dependency
  • Private investments
  • Military intervention
  • Panama Canal
  • Alliance for Progress
  • Good Neighbor Policy
the search for change
The Search for Change

Women's rights

Rapid population growth

Urbanization