Philosophies of Latin America

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What are some of the philosophies that influenced Latin America? In what way did they impact the cultures of Latin America? [1] European nationality group, English have had the biggest impact on American cultures and their society. European people have made more than half of the population. They still have more of a population today, though non-European population is increasing steadily. The English Anglo-Americans entered the country and help bring about ideas. The English people started and controlled the first 13 colonies, until they received their independents. English colonists gave America a Language, they also gave them order. And they received valuable writings. There was customs that was shared with them that provided a firm foundation for the new born society. •What impact did the encroachment of Europeans have upon the New World? European-Americans played the main roles in the Revolution. Colonial patriot Patrick Henry was Scottish-American. Thomas Paine, an Anglo-American wrote the famous booklet common sense, which honored the American independence. Thomas Jefferson was a Welsh-American; he drafted the Declaration of Independence, and the Swedish-American John Morton cast the deciding vote at the Continental Congress. •What similarities or differences exist with the Folk Caudillos? [2]The Folk Caudillos was a trusted leader by the Indo-Iberian culture. The Caudillos showed the way. Caudillos wanted to continue in spite of the difficulties with the Elite Caudillos. These people the Elite Caudillos was nothing like the Folk Caudillos. The Elite Caudillos considered their self as the fierier race, now the Elite Caudillos only thought of their selves, they took care of their own power and they wanted what belonged to others in society. Elite had an abundant Of funds these people were very well off. They had an education, purchased a lot of land. Elite explored...
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