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  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: bullet <br /> Click: cartoon #1 <br /> Here&#x2019;s a cartoon of what was going on during the colonial times in Latin America. <br /> Spain and Portugal were unable to supply enough manufactured goods that the colonial markets demanded. So they opened the colonies to European trade. <br /> <br /> Click: cartoon #2 <br /> Once the colonies were open to European trade, local industries that could not compete with British, French, and German producers of inexpensive manufactured goods got snuffed out.
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: bullet <br /> Click: cartoon #1 <br /> Here&#x2019;s a cartoon of what was going on during the colonial times in Latin America. <br /> Spain and Portugal were unable to supply enough manufactured goods that the colonial markets demanded. So they opened the colonies to European trade. <br /> <br /> Click: cartoon #2 <br /> Once the colonies were open to European trade, local industries that could not compete with British, French, and German producers of inexpensive manufactured goods got snuffed out.
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: bullet <br /> Click: cartoon #1 <br /> Here&#x2019;s a cartoon of what was going on during the colonial times in Latin America. <br /> Spain and Portugal were unable to supply enough manufactured goods that the colonial markets demanded. So they opened the colonies to European trade. <br /> <br /> Click: cartoon #2 <br /> Once the colonies were open to European trade, local industries that could not compete with British, French, and German producers of inexpensive manufactured goods got snuffed out.
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: bullet <br /> Click: cartoon #1 <br /> Here&#x2019;s a cartoon of what was going on during the colonial times in Latin America. <br /> Spain and Portugal were unable to supply enough manufactured goods that the colonial markets demanded. So they opened the colonies to European trade. <br /> <br /> Click: cartoon #2 <br /> Once the colonies were open to European trade, local industries that could not compete with British, French, and German producers of inexpensive manufactured goods got snuffed out.
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: bullet <br /> Click: Picture <br /> So they practically got buried in imported manufactured goods.
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: bullet <br /> Click: Picture <br /> So they practically got buried in imported manufactured goods.
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: bullet <br /> Click: Picture <br /> So they practically got buried in imported manufactured goods.
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: Bullet 1 <br /> The elites consisted of urban merchants and large landowners. They were the ones who controlled the local economy in Latin America. That meant their thoughts, needs, and decisions were directly applied and reflected upon it. <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 2 <br /> Now they were gaining great profits from European trade & investments <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 3 <br /> This meant that they had little incentive to establish new economic system; I mean, if the current economic system was bringing them great profits why would they change it? With the economy-controlling elites not feeling the need to change the economic state, Europeans continued to
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: Bullet 1 <br /> The elites consisted of urban merchants and large landowners. They were the ones who controlled the local economy in Latin America. That meant their thoughts, needs, and decisions were directly applied and reflected upon it. <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 2 <br /> Now they were gaining great profits from European trade & investments <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 3 <br /> This meant that they had little incentive to establish new economic system; I mean, if the current economic system was bringing them great profits why would they change it? With the economy-controlling elites not feeling the need to change the economic state, Europeans continued to
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: Bullet 1 <br /> The elites consisted of urban merchants and large landowners. They were the ones who controlled the local economy in Latin America. That meant their thoughts, needs, and decisions were directly applied and reflected upon it. <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 2 <br /> Now they were gaining great profits from European trade & investments <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 3 <br /> This meant that they had little incentive to establish new economic system; I mean, if the current economic system was bringing them great profits why would they change it? With the economy-controlling elites not feeling the need to change the economic state, Europeans continued to
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: Bullet 1 <br /> The elites consisted of urban merchants and large landowners. They were the ones who controlled the local economy in Latin America. That meant their thoughts, needs, and decisions were directly applied and reflected upon it. <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 2 <br /> Now they were gaining great profits from European trade & investments <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 3 <br /> This meant that they had little incentive to establish new economic system; I mean, if the current economic system was bringing them great profits why would they change it? With the economy-controlling elites not feeling the need to change the economic state, Europeans continued to
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: Bullet 1 <br /> The elites consisted of urban merchants and large landowners. They were the ones who controlled the local economy in Latin America. That meant their thoughts, needs, and decisions were directly applied and reflected upon it. <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 2 <br /> Now they were gaining great profits from European trade & investments <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 3 <br /> This meant that they had little incentive to establish new economic system; I mean, if the current economic system was bringing them great profits why would they change it? With the economy-controlling elites not feeling the need to change the economic state, Europeans continued to
  • ANDY <br /> Click: title <br /> Click: Bullet 1 <br /> The elites consisted of urban merchants and large landowners. They were the ones who controlled the local economy in Latin America. That meant their thoughts, needs, and decisions were directly applied and reflected upon it. <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 2 <br /> Now they were gaining great profits from European trade & investments <br /> <br /> Click: Bullet 3 <br /> This meant that they had little incentive to establish new economic system; I mean, if the current economic system was bringing them great profits why would they change it? With the economy-controlling elites not feeling the need to change the economic state, Europeans continued to

Latin America Presentation (CCA) Latin America Presentation (CCA) Presentation Transcript

  • Man-Leash For You? U.S. Neocolonialism
  • The Boy, The Mom, The Leash
  • The Boy, The Mom, The Leash View slide
  • Nicely Wrapped Man-Leash View slide
  • Foreign Competition
  • Foreign Competition • European trade huff & puffs local industries!
  • Foreign Competition • European trade huff & puffs local industries!
  • Foreign Competition • European trade huff & puffs local industries!
  • Can’t Industrialize #1
  • Can’t Industrialize #1 • Overflow of manufactured goods
  • Can’t Industrialize #1 • Overflow of manufactured goods
  • Can’t Industrialize #2
  • Can’t Industrialize #2 • Money goes in the wrong pockets!
  • Can’t Industrialize #2 • Money goes in the wrong pockets!
  • Can’t Industrialize #2 • Money goes in the wrong pockets!
  • Attempt at Industrialization
  • Attempt at Industrialization • Porfirio Diaz (1876 - 1911)
  • Attempt at Industrialization • Porfirio Diaz (1876 - 1911) • Attempt ends in failure
  • Attempt at Industrialization • Porfirio Diaz (1876 - 1911) • Attempt ends in failure • Why?
  • Attempt at Industrialization • Porfirio Diaz (1876 - 1911) • Attempt ends in failure • Why? Not enough MONEY!
  • Attempt at Industrialization • Porfirio Diaz (1876 - 1911) • Attempt ends in failure • Why? Not enough MONEY! • Why not enough money?
  • Attempt at Industrialization • Porfirio Diaz (1876 - 1911) • Attempt ends in failure • Why? Not enough MONEY! • Why not enough money? Mexican oligarchy & Foreign investors
  • Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • The Cause of Debt • Where’s the money going? Governmental Cultural, Social Programs Developments Pockets of Transportation Export Industries Politicians
  • Governmental Programs Pockets of Export Industries Politicians
  • The Debt Governmental Programs Pockets of Export Industries Politicians
  • The Debt • But we need money for export industries! Governmental Programs Pockets of Export Industries Politicians
  • The Debt • But we need money for export industries! Governmental Programs Pockets of Export Industries Politicians
  • The Debt • But we need money for export industries! Governmental Programs Pockets of Export Industries Politicians
  • The Debt • But we need money for export industries! Governmental Programs Pockets of Export Industries Politicians
  • The Debt • But we need money for export industries! Governmental Programs Pockets of Export Industries Politicians
  • The Elites: Why Change?
  • The Elites: Why Change? • Urban merchants & Large landowners
  • The Elites: Why Change? • Urban merchants & Large landowners • Profit from European trade & investment
  • The Elites: Why Change? • Urban merchants & Large landowners • Profit from European trade & investment • Little incentive to change economically
  • The Elites: Why Change? • Urban merchants & Large landowners • Profit from European trade & investment • Little incentive to change economically
  • The Elites: Why Change? • Urban merchants & Large landowners • Profit from European trade & investment • Little incentive to change economically
  • So they received...
  • Present #1: Monroe Doctrine
  • Present #1: Monroe Doctrine
  • Present #1: Monroe Doctrine
  • Present #1: Monroe Doctrine
  • Present #1: Monroe Doctrine Monroe Doctrine Animation Video
  • Why do we care?
  • Why do we care?
  • Why do we care? • Limited Foreign Interaction
  • Why do we care? • Limited Foreign Interaction • U.S. Justification
  • Why do we care? • Limited Foreign Interaction • U.S. Justification • Less competition over L. America
  • Present #2: Panama Canal
  • Present #2: Panama Canal
  • Present #2: Panama Canal
  • Present #2: Panama Canal 25,000
  • Panama News
  • Why do we care?
  • Why do we care? • Efficient international trade
  • Why do we care? • Efficient international trade • Latin America at a disadvantage
  • Why do we care? • Efficient international trade • Latin America at a disadvantage We have different values!
  • Why do we care? • Efficient international trade • Latin America at a disadvantage We have different values!
  • Why do we care? • Efficient international trade • Latin America at a disadvantage We have different values!
  • Present #3: Roosevelt Corollary
  • Present #3: Roosevelt Corollary “We have acted in our own interest as well as in the interest of humanity at large. There are, however, cases in which, while our own interests are not greatly involved, strong appeal is made to our sympathies. Ordinarily it is very much wiser and more useful for us to concern ourselves with striving for our own moral and material betterment here at home than to concern ourselves with trying to better the condition of things in other nations.” Roosevelt Corollary
  • Present #3: Roosevelt Corollary
  • Present #3: Roosevelt Corollary
  • Present #3: Roosevelt Corollary
  • Present #3: Roosevelt Corollary
  • The Consequences
  • The Consequences • Latin America under total control
  • The Consequences • Latin America under total control • Cultural & Social Influence
  • What’s all this suppose to mean?
  • What’s all this suppose to mean? • Economically dependent Latin America
  • What’s all this suppose to mean? • Economically dependent Latin America • U.S., central figure in international trade
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