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PostSubject: Re: Snow Day Discussion 2/17 5th Period   Thu Feb 19, 2015 4:54 am

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PostSubject: re: latin american revolution   Thu Feb 19, 2015 5:13 am

The economic and social outcry of the oppressed and the eventual defeat of European empires was a signal to Europe that their empires had grown too large and too unstable. the political impact of the revolution in the colonies resulted in newer forms of government and the forming of many of todays modern countries. Without direct European rule in the area, the new countries could form their own political systems.
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PostSubject: Re: Snow Day Discussion 2/17 5th Period   Thu Feb 19, 2015 5:30 am

Question Reply: How did who you were born effect you?

Answer: Race and gender determined social classes, so once you were born and entered into a class and profession based on your race/gender, you were basically stuck there for life.

Question Reply: What type of impact did the revolutions have on the middle class of Latin America after the enlightenment period?

Answer: Charles III set out to make social reforms within his Empire. During his reign, the encomienda, mita, and repartimiento systems which had caused abuse of Native Americans was abolished. Indian wages were also increased. Charles III felt that it was important that there be a growing middle class so he praised skilled laborers. Howecer, he soon realized that these new ideas could encourage thoughts of revolution and/or revolt.

Question: Who was Simon Bolivar and how did he impact Latin America politically?
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PostSubject: Re: Snow Day Discussion 2/17 5th Period   Thu Feb 19, 2015 5:48 am

@allen wade: who you were born also affected your decisions for teh future depending on who you were. Like it was in pure Spanish blood people's advantage to try and keep a pure bloodline so teh future generations would still have power. This is contrasted by teh mullatos who were pretty much constricted to low social ranking no matter what they tried to do to fix it #ScrewedFromBirth
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PostSubject: Gavin Breece 5th   Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:01 am

Question Reply: Who was Simon Bolivar and how did he impact Latin America politically?

Answer: Simon Bolivar was an induivudal who led movements that helped countries such as Panama, Venezuela, Columbia, Ecuador, and Boliva Escape from spanish rule. He then became the govenor of Gran Columbia.

Question Reply: how did who you were born effect you?

Answer:Being born into a certain racial class will tell you your role in society. This social class wasn't very rigid and you most likely would be stuck in what you were born into for your whole life.

Question: How was Spain Economically affected by the revolutions that occured?
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PostSubject: Re: Snow Day Discussion 2/17 5th Period   Sat Feb 21, 2015 5:50 pm

In response to “How did who you were born to effect you?”

Answer: The social class that one was born into was the one that one would stay in for the rest of their life. This class had certain jobs that that a person was liable to and sometimes the Spanish would even keep a person in a certain social class in order to keep a pure bloodline.

In response to “What are some things that Toussaint Louverture accomplished?”

Answer: Son of a slave, Toussaint Louverture led many slaves and took control of the island of Hispaniola. He was Haitian that wanted to fight for independence, and though he became the governor and commander-in-chief of Haiti, he was taken prisoner and died as a prisoner.
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