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Latin America in the Middle Period, 1750-1929
Stuart F. Voss (au)
A fresh, provocative interpretation of Latin America in transition after 1750, with an eye on the repeated transformations of regions into ambiguous nations. Covers a panorama of social, economic, & political forces in the process, with a large array of examples. Here the story of a ‘middle period’ ranges beyond the usual 1850 market to a culmination in ‘the triumph of the modernizing nation-state in the early 20th cent. Devotes considerable attention to questions of changing social stratification, concentrating on common people who are often left out of large-scale works that focus on Latin Amer. external relationships, political economy, or politics. For undergraduate classroom use in survey courses on Latin American history.
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