New Approaches to the Americas is an innovative series, intended to provide concise but authoritative surveys of major themes and problems in Latin American history from the colonial period to the present day. Written at a level and length accessible to undergraduates, each book in the series addresses topics or themes central to any study of Latin American history, including colonialism, slavery, populism, revolutions and insurgencies, US intervention, the rise of the mestizo, as well as cultural and social issues whose importance is only now being recognized. Full bibliographies and notes for further reading, chronologies, short biographies of key figures, maps, diagrams and other illustrative material are provided as study aides for the student reader
General Editor: Stuart Schwartz, Yale University, Connecticut
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