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An Argentine Marxist revolutionary, physician, author, guerrilla leader, diplomat, and military theorist.
Fidel's brother who was a rebel commander
A Cuban politician and revolutionary who governed the Republic of Cuba as its Prime Minister, and then later on as the President.
Cuban Missile Crisis
A 13-day confrontation between the United States and the Soviet Union concerning Soviet ballistic missiles deployment in Cuba.
Bay of Pigs Invasion
A failed military invasion of Cuba undertaken by the CIA-sponsored paramilitary group Brigade 2506 on 17 April 1961.
Literacy rates in Cuba
Last independent Incan emperor who defeated his half-brother Huascar and was captured by the Spaniards.
was the Incan emperor until 1532 A.D. when his half brother defeated him and took over.
The supreme god of the Incas
northernmost point of the Inca empire
capital of the Inca empire
stone platforms on which the moai stand
stone statues found on Easter Island
Sun god of the Inca
low-income community found outside large metropolitan areas in Latin America.
family-owned restaurant found in Cuba
the movement of an individual into another's country
the "exiting" of an individual from one's country
language of the Inca
a decrease in the value of money
an increase in the value of money
economist/philosopher who greatly dislike mercantilism
an economic system attempting to achieve a favorable balance of trade
form of measurement used to identify a country's wealth
a democracy with limited freedoms and a strong, central authoritative figure.
ideally the type of government found in the U.S.
democracy that involves some government programing
Latin American cowboy
cause of the downfall of the advanced civilization found on Easter Island
Weak Latin American government
Organization of American States
School of the Americas; U.S. attempt to oust "leftist" regimes in Latin America.