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IMPACTS
Viñales, Cuba
of the
LATIN AMERICAN
REVOLUTIONS
RECAP!
Decline
Haitian Revolution
1791-1804
Toussaints Louverture
“The United States appear to be destined by
Providence to plague Americ...
1819 - 1831
Alabamamaps
Borders fixed after 1850
Inter-American stability
Slavery
Abolished
California TexasConstitutions
British pressure
American - Mexican war
Texas:
“Annex us!”
AMERICA S BACKYARD´
Panama City
Banana
republics
“Hero”
“Bad guy”
José Martí, Havana
Precious Cuba
Spain clung on
3 independence wars
Spanish drawing
1896
HAITI
Dessalines
Louverture
Freedom of religion
Economic struggles
First and only
successful slave rebellion
All black”“
F...
Library, Buenos Aires
Culture
Diversity
San Jos , Costa Ricaé
Religious
freedom
Education & Health
University of Havana, Cuba
SpainU.S. & Britain
Foreign Impacts
Buckingham Palace, London
Invisible empire
“Spanish America is free, and if we do not mismanage our affairs badly, she is ...
Economic impacts
Commercial development
Commercial development
❖ Continued economical dependence on west
❖ Foreign loans
❖...
Domestic political impacts
❖ Leadership: Caudillos replace viceroys
❖ Centralization: Bolivar´s inheritance
❖ Regulate sch...
Social Impacts
Bloody wars of Independence
Creoles replaces Spanish
Poor still poor
Social Reforms
Unity
Liberty
Immigrati...
Long-term impacts
❖ Dissatisfaction contributed to creation of socialist
movements which appealed to the masses
❖ Poverty ...
“It is difficult to maintain them in a prosperous state... It s a burden to´
the mother country” Napoleon III about coloni...
Fidel & Raul Castro
Evo Morales
Hugo Chavez
Rafael Correa
SLAVERY SPAIN OUT
CUBAN
EXCEPTION
Caudillos
UNITY
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  1. 1. IMPACTS Viñales, Cuba of the LATIN AMERICAN REVOLUTIONS
  2. 2. RECAP! Decline
  3. 3. Haitian Revolution 1791-1804 Toussaints Louverture “The United States appear to be destined by Providence to plague America with misery in the name of liberty” Simon Bolivar San Martin
  4. 4. 1819 - 1831
  5. 5. Alabamamaps Borders fixed after 1850 Inter-American stability
  6. 6. Slavery Abolished California TexasConstitutions British pressure
  7. 7. American - Mexican war Texas: “Annex us!”
  8. 8. AMERICA S BACKYARD´ Panama City
  9. 9. Banana republics “Hero” “Bad guy”
  10. 10. José Martí, Havana Precious Cuba Spain clung on 3 independence wars
  11. 11. Spanish drawing 1896
  12. 12. HAITI Dessalines Louverture Freedom of religion Economic struggles First and only successful slave rebellion All black”“ French land forbidden
  13. 13. Library, Buenos Aires Culture Diversity
  14. 14. San Jos , Costa Ricaé Religious freedom
  15. 15. Education & Health University of Havana, Cuba
  16. 16. SpainU.S. & Britain Foreign Impacts
  17. 17. Buckingham Palace, London Invisible empire “Spanish America is free, and if we do not mismanage our affairs badly, she is English”. Canning, British Foreign Secretary Tax free
  18. 18. Economic impacts Commercial development Commercial development ❖ Continued economical dependence on west ❖ Foreign loans ❖ Mining and natural resources extraction (indigenous people) ❖ Haiti: Debt to France - repaid in 1947
  19. 19. Domestic political impacts ❖ Leadership: Caudillos replace viceroys ❖ Centralization: Bolivar´s inheritance ❖ Regulate schools, newspapers. ❖ Power instability: liberals, conservatives, military ❖ Tensions: political élite - masses ❖ Fragility: Foreign impact
  20. 20. Social Impacts Bloody wars of Independence Creoles replaces Spanish Poor still poor Social Reforms Unity Liberty Immigration
  21. 21. Long-term impacts ❖ Dissatisfaction contributed to creation of socialist movements which appealed to the masses ❖ Poverty - lack of education ❖ Instability - New revolutions ❖ U.S. support of oppressive regimes ❖ Foreign loans - foreign control ❖ Centralization: Rafael Correa ❖ Realization that colonization is a loosing game.
  22. 22. “It is difficult to maintain them in a prosperous state... It s a burden to´ the mother country” Napoleon III about colonies to British ambassador 1858 “Oops - We colonized again... What now?” Hyperactive officers stationed in Africa and South-East Asia
  23. 23. Fidel & Raul Castro Evo Morales Hugo Chavez Rafael Correa
  24. 24. SLAVERY SPAIN OUT CUBAN EXCEPTION Caudillos UNITY
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