“What if Latin America was nothing more than a European invention?” asks Olivier Compagnon in the introductory text to América Latina 1960-2013 (Thames & Hudson). Perhaps then it would be a matter of people becoming conscious of the lasting implications of colonialism thought in a time and place when Manifest Destiny is no longer esteemed as an effective or respectful approach to international politics.
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