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Latin America as a Result of European Influence

Summary: This essay discusses how Latin America has been affected by Europeans.
After winning independence from European powers, Latin America acquired there freedom, but, in the process created new social and economic problems on top of the already existing ones, all which were due in part to European influence. The wars for independence also held altirier motives besides the obvious strive for independence. Social elites wanted to break up Spain and England's monopoly while maintaining the existing social structure. This lead to additional problems for citizens of Latin American countries.

After the wars had ended, independent Latin American countries were in store for additional social problems due to the influence of Europe. The social class' had remained the same as when it was emplaced by Europe. White superiority remained in Latin America with most high government positions held by decedents of Europeans. This left residual influence from Europeans even within the political system of newly freed Latin America nations. The...

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