Latin America : Economy and Society since 1930
The Cambridge History of Latin America is a large scale, collaborative, multi-volume history of Latin America during the five centuries from the first contacts between Europeans and the native peoples of the Americas in the late fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries to the present. Latin America: Economy and Society since 1930 brings together chapters from Parts 1 and 2 of Volume VI of The Cambridge History to provide a complete survey of the Latin American economies since 1930. This, it is hoped, will be useful for both teachers and students of Latin American history and of contemporary Latin America. Each chapter is accompanied by a bibliographical essay.
- Electronic book text
- 11 May 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 7 b/w illus.
Table of contents
Preface; Part I. Population: 1. The population of Latin America, 1930-90; Part II. Economy: 2. The Latin American economies, 1929-39; 3. The Latin American economies, 1939-c.1950; 4. The Latin American economies, 1950-90; Part III. Economy and Society: 5. Urban social structures in Latin America, 1930-90; 6. The agrarian structures of Latin America, 1930-90; Part IV. State, Economy and Society: 7. State organisation in Latin America since 1930; Bibliographical essays; Index.
'The best collaborative history of the region currently available, or likely to be available for a long time to come.' The Times Literary Supplement