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Che Guevara: Bolivian Revolutionary
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5 pages. It was the philosophy of the beloved leader, Ernesto Che Guevara, that all of humankind extends benevolence to one another in order for all peoples to flourish in this world. However, while his hopes were planted on the right path toward eternal good will, the efforts that came out of such dedication left much to be desired. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Colombia - Foreign Policy
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This 9 page paper begins with an historical overview of Colombia's emphasis on international relations and foreign policy and its role in creating different international organizations. Colombia has never been as interested in foreign relations as it has been in domestic security. The essay reports the decades of civil wards and unrest, the proliferation of coca crops, Plan Colombia, an anti-drug program supported by the U.S. and activities during the last decades. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Colombia drug cartel
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An annotated bibliography of sources for a thesis on the Colombia drugs cartels, with reference to US foreign policy and international law. Bibliography lists 7 sources
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Colonial Latin America: Social Networks, Identity, and Consensus
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This is a 6 page paper discussing colonial Latin America in relations to the patron-client relationship and social classes. While colonial Latin America was segregated into a hierarchy of social and class systems with the Spanish elite at the top, the maintenance of the system was possible by the textured social networks within communities which existed before the introduction of the Spaniards but nevertheless added the elite Spaniards as the ruling class. The Spaniards did their best to degrade the culture of the Native Indians by introducing Spanish customs and religion and separating the communities into barrios however although the Indians observed these new customs in a public sense, their private identity still contained traditional cultural, familial and social elements. Largely the Spanish elite ruled with stability based on the belief in the class system which expected them to manage the communities with justice. When that expectation failed however, consensus among the lower classes was obtained and riots ensued which led the way to eventual independence. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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