By Steven Levitsky, María Victoria Murillo
Throughout the Nineties Argentina was once the one nation in Latin the USA to mix radical fiscal reform and whole democracy. In 2001, besides the fact that, it fell right into a deep political and fiscal situation and was once broadly noticeable as a basket case. This e-book explores either advancements, analyzing the hyperlinks among the successes of the Nineties and the 2001 cave in.
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Both Ayusa and Pérez de Quesada argued their cases as best they possibly could, after which point the Christians proceeded to torture Sagipa in order to compel him to hand over Bogotá’s gold and confess where he had hidden it; in the end, Sagipa died. A City in the African Diaspora Anonymous and Álvaro José Arroyo For centuries, enslaved Africans were sold at auction in the port city of Cartagena. Some arrived there directly, having been taken on board at slaving ports along the African coast after sale or capture near Senegambia or the Bight of Benin or Luanda.
Because my soul throbs, girl, ¡No le pegue a la negra! 4 Translated by Ann Farnsworth-Alvear and Ana María Gómez López Notes Personal and place names have been reproduced from the original document, with omitted accent marks and inconsistencies. 1. Factors were appointed by the Spanish Crown as part of royal involvement in the slave trade. The asiento was a concession granted by the Spanish Crown allowing the monopoly privilege of supplying African slaves to Spanish colonies in the Americas. 2.
1968. Photograph by Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff. Available at ICANH , Biblioteca Luis Ángel Arango. Courtesy of Banco de la República. Women from Wayúu communities (northeastern Colombia, Atlantic Coast region), ca. 1953. Photograph by Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff. Reichel-Dolmatoff included this photograph in a 1991 collection with a caption that identified these communities as matrilineal groups of herders and described the “Guajiros,” a term used for the Wayúu, as among the most numerous and dynamic indigenous groups in Colombia.