Modern Latin America

Editor in Chief: Kevin Chambers, Gonzaga University

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From the essential sources of the colonial world to the landmark documents of the period since 1989, our digital anthology is the most flexible and powerful primary source offering in the industry. The standard version of the anthology focuses on Modern Latin America and includes more than 60 sources, from dipomatic reports and letters to treaties, speeches, legislative texts, and more. Plus, you can customize the anthology by adding external sources and website links as well. Create your review account today to browse our full collection and begin tailoring your own anthology. It’s your class. Teach it your way.


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Table of Contents

60 sources in the standard version


  1. Encounter between the New World and the Old World
  2. Power and People in the Colonial World
  3. Mines and Plantations in the Colonial World
  4. Race, Gender, Family, and Culture in the Colonial World
  5. Revolution and Independence
  6. Nation Building: Civilization versus Barbarism
  7. Nation Building: Order and Progress
  8. Society and Culture: Race, Mestizaje, and National Identity
  9. The Mexican Revolution
  10. Central America and the Caribbean Dictatorships
  11. The Dream of Populists
  12. Cold War, Communism, and Cuba
  13. Cold War Dictatorships
  14. Central America and Civil Wars
  15. Neo-Liberalism: 1989 to the Present