History of Latin America
History of Latin America is characterized by increased tension in the late colonial period. These tensions have been accumulating for many years and were escalated by the increasing demands by the Spanish Crown. These demands mounted a lot of pressure on the existing tensions, which divided the society based on ethnicity, birthplace, race and class. These divides gave rise to new independent nations in the region (Charlip 25).
This paper seeks to analyze the primary sources of the history of Latin America, “Consider the Source: Documents in Latin American History for Latin America: An Interpretive History 2nd Edition.”
“Consider the Source: Documents in Latin American History for Latin America: An Interpretive History”
This is a book written by Julie Charplin in 2011, which provides an analysis of the history of Latin America. The book provides a great political and historical writing of the Latin America. It is recognized universally as one of the most significant books of Latin American history. Chaplain analyzes the Latin American history from the period when European settled in Latin America to formation of a new empire.