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Chapter 17 Review WH

history review

factors that triggered SA Rev Napoleon invaded spain and portugal, Monarcht's efforts to exercise greater power over it's colonies during the 18th cent. and the leadership of men like simon bolivar and jose de san martin
why did spanish colonies fail to unite distinct and deeply rooted regional identities had taken shape during the colonial period which made uniting more difficult
what enlightenment ideas influenced the atlandtic rev republicanism, social equality, human rationality, and national liberation from foreign rule
how did new national identities both build upon older ids and take advantage of the weakening of traditional id Older: in doing so they drew common culture such as songs dances folktales historical experiences and collective memories Weakening: large scale migration of populations to industiral cities or abroad which diminished allegiance to local communities
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