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20th Century Latin America

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Common Themes and Issue

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Argentina

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Chile

  • Pablo Neruda (1904-1973): Poems [At Poem Hunter]
    Nobel Prize winner, and one of the writers of the century.
  • Pinochet

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Brazil

  • Brazil Constitution,1993   [At ICL]

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Paraguay

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Uruguay

  • The Institution of the Welfare State

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Peru

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Central America

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Nicaragua

  • Ernesto Cardenal (1925-): Poems, in English and Spanish [At ICX]

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Mexico

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Cuba

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Indigenous Peoples

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