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This best selling text for introductory Latin American history courses mixes a chronological and a national approach to explore the background of this fascinating region. The text's integrating framework is the dependency theory, which stresses the economic relationship between Latin American nations and wealthier nations, particularly the United States.
The book provides in-depth coverage of society and culture in Latin America and their impact on population, settlement, trade, communication, and economic and political developments.
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Benjamin Keen (PhD, Yale University) was professor Emeritus from Northern Illinois University. He was a leading scholar in the field of Latin American history, particularly the colonial period in Mexico. Although retired from active teaching for some years, Keen continued to research, write, and lecture until his death in late 2002.
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