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Quiz 10 :

Race, Nation, and the Meaning of Freedom, 1821-1888

Quiz 10 :

Race, Nation, and the Meaning of Freedom, 1821-1888

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The rise of José Antonio Páez illustrates the
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Which of the following did NOT benefit from Brazilian independence?
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The guano boom enabled the Castilla regime in Peru to
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Historians like Frank Tannenbaum traditionally argued that Latin American experience with slavery was different than in the United States because creole independence leaders like Simón Bolívar
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The most tenacious resistance to abolition of slavery in Brazil came from
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Which of these did not contribute to Cuba's transformation to monoculture?
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President Manuel Pardo helped to precipitate the War of the Pacific by
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Dom Pedro's abdication as emperor of Brazil was precipitated by
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Brazil's Rio Branco Law
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When Bolívar assumed power in Peru in 1823, he
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To secure control of labor and protect property rights against slave rebellions, early republican elites favored "Free Womb" legislation, which
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A more recent revisionist interpretation of slavery's demise in Latin America
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The most pressing issue facing the young republic of Gran Colombia was
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The Ten Years' war
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Antonio Maceo opposed the Pact of Zanjón, ending the Ten Years' War, because it
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Cuba developed into a major sugar producer in the first part of the nineteenth century because
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Two important factors that influenced the shape of postcolonial national political and economic institutions were
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The U.S. entrepreneur, Henry Meiggs,
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Contrary to Tannenbaum, a later interpretation of the motivations for Latin American abolitionism stressed republican elite's
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A decisive event in the history of Brazilian slavery was
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