Open Veins of Latin America: Five Centuries of the Pillage of a Continent Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Eduardo Galeano
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* Spain financed Columbus' expedition in hopes of finding a new, less expensive passage to the treasures of the Indies and Asia.

* The Christian world was waging a war against Islam.

* After 800 years, Spain finally regained the city of Granada.

* The Pope granted great tracts of land in Latin America to Queen Isabella and to Portugal.

* The Indians are terrified of the strange newcomers and their horses.

* Montezuma thought the invaders were the return of the god Quetzalcoatl, reputed to have white skin and yellow hair.

* The Indians were defeated by the men on horseback and their weapons, but mostly by the devastating diseases the Europeans brought with them.

* Because of its treasures, Latin Americans are forced into labor by Europeans, becoming the horse to Europe's horsemen.

* Potosi, once the jewel of Latin America, now lies in ruin in one of the poorest...

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