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AP World Chapter 33

Ap World History - Summerville High School

TermDefinition
Party of Institutionalized Revolution (PRI) inclusive Mexican political party developing from the 1920s; ruled for the rest of the 20th century.
Zapatistas Mexican guerilla movement; named after revolutionary Emiliano Zapata.
Juan José Arevalo reformist president of Guatemala elected in 1944; his programs led to conflict with foreign interests.
United Fruit Company most important foreign company in Guatemala; 1993 nationalization effort of some of its land holdings caused a U.S. reaction.
Fulgencio Batista authoritarian ruler of Cuba (1934–1944).
Fidel Castro revolutionary leader who replaced Batista in 1958; reformed Cuban society with socialist measures; supported economically and politically by the Soviet Union until its collapse.
Ernesto “Che” Guevara Argentinian revolutionary; worked with Fidel Castro in Cuba.
liberation theology combination of Roman Catholic and socialist principles aiming to improve the lives of the poor.
Salvador Allende Chilean socialist president; overthrown by a military coup in 1973.
Sandinista party Nicaraguan party; removed by power in 1990 elections, under U.S. influence. Named for Augusto Sandino.
banana republics conservative, often dictatorial, Latin American governments friendly to the U.S.; exported tropical products.
Augusto Sandino led guerilla resistance movement against U.S. occupation forces in Nicaragua; assassinated by Nicaraguan National Guard in 1934; became national hero and symbol of resistance to U.S. influence in Central America.
Good Neighbor Policy introduced by U.S. president Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1933 to deal fairly, without intervention, with Latin American states.
Alliance for Progress 1961 U.S. program for economic development of Latin America.
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