What nation invaded Mexico and tried to make the Archduke Maximilian the "Emperor of Mexico"?
What eventually happened to "Maximilian of Mexico"?
He lost the war and was executed by firing squad.
The philosophy of positivism became popular among Latin American elites and gave intellectual support for
Carranza edged out Villa and Zapata as leader of the Mexican Revolution for all of the following reasons except
his willingness to call on U.S. forces for help
Dependency theory was developed to explain
persistent poverty and dictatorships in Latin America during much of its history
What country in the early 20th century began to get strongly involved in Latin American affairs by military interventions, building a canal, and replacing Britain as the dominant trading partner?
The mid-19th century movement called La Reforma in Mexico was directed against the rule of
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna
In the 19th century, postcolonial Brazil differed from other newly independent nations in South America for all of the following reasons except
it had a more diversified economic base