26 terms

WH PCHS CH 8

WH CH 8.Revolutions in Europe and Latin America
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proclaim
to announce publicly or formally
Simon Bolivar
"The Liberator"
pernicious
harmful, injurious
peninsulares
members of the highest social class in Spanish America
creoles
European-decended Latin Americans
ideologies
system of thought and belief
mulattoes
people of African and European descent in Spanish America
recession
period of reduced economic activity
denounce
to express harsh criticism of something or somebody
radicals
people who favor extreme change
autonomy
self-rule
mestizos
people of Native American and European descent in Spanish America
emerge
to arise, appear, or come out of
Louis Phillippe
The "Citizen King" of France
universal manhood suffrage
giving all adult men the right to vote
agitator
someone who attempts to arouse feeling for or against something
bourgeoisie
middle class
Toussaint L'Ouverture
leader of slave revolt in Haiti
Father Miguel Hidalgo
creole priest in Mexico who raised his voice for freedom
Father Jose Morelos
a mestizo who called for wide-ranging social and political reform in Mexico
Jose de San Martin
a creole who helped Argentina win freedom from Spain
Dom Pedro
emperor of Brazil an independent monarchy from 1822 until 1889
arduous
difficult
erroneous
mistaken, wrong
incentive
reason for doing something
succulent
juicy, tasty