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    South America is a land of different cultures and has a history of as many different types of government, mostly dictatorships. Most of South America won independence from Spain and Portugal between 1810 and 1824. In 1823, President James Monroe enunciated the first US policy on Latin America. The Monroe Doctrine warned European nations against interfering in the affairs of independent nations in the Western Hemisphere. In 1904, Roosevelt's Corollary said the US would act as a "policeman"

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    South America Thesis

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    Thesis Statement:America should not colonize South America because the natives will not have freedom, trades may interfere, and a cultural division could happen. Body Paragraph #1 Topic Sentence: If America took over South America, some of the people's freedom will be different or taken away. Supporting Evidence #1: In document one it says,“... Europeans governed people in a parental way by providing for their needs but not giving them rights” ( World History,2009, p.781). Explanation:This points

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    South America Region

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    South America is located in the Western Hemisphere. The majority of the continent is located in the Southern Hemisphere, except for a small part that is located in the Northern Hemisphere. South America is bordered by two oceans. The Pacific Ocean on the west, and the Atlantic Ocean on the East. South America is also bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the northwest. South America is made up of twelve sovereign states: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname

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    United States is debating weather to set up colonies in South America or not. Similar to when Africa was colonised in the 1900's, this can lead to many issues in the future of the colonised region. In the year 2030 the United States should not colonise any South American country because it will destroy the native cultures and ways of life, and may cause violence and other issues in that region. Over time, the native cultures of South America will be lost if colonies are formed. Their cultures will

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    thinking about colonizing South America because they are having some hardships. In the mid 1800s, Europe colonized Africa and it created many different negative conflicts. The US government would not want this to happen if they were to take over South America. So as a result, South America should not be colonized because multiple people were killed for resisting and countless people were taken for slavery. The US right now, has a good relationship with South America. If the government tries

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    Paraguay Geography: Paraguay is a landlocked country in South America. It is located in the Southern Cone region, and it is a relatively small country. It is bordered by Bolivia to the north and northwest, Brazil to the northeast and east, and Argentina to the southeast, south, and west. The Paraguay River runs through the country from north to south, separating it into two distinct regions: the Region Oriental (Eastern Region) and the Region Occidental (Western Region). The Western Region is also

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    The Use of the Genus Virola as a Hallucinogen In South America Virola theiodora (Spr. ex Benth.) Warburg is one of many species of Virola used in the Amazon region as a hallucinogenic snuff. The plant differs in its pattern of usage by the indigenous people of this region. A reddish resin- like exudate is extracted from the cambial region of the bark of this slender tree and either snuffed or ingested orally. The major alkaloid constituent of this snuff appears to be 5-MeO-DMT with lesser amounts

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    Colonizing South America

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    In the year 2030 The United States of America plans to colonize South America which will economically stabilize the people and the countries within the boundaries. The plan is to build up infrastructure and trade value which will gain trust between outside countries to trade with South America. More trade, more money;More money equals better GDP per capita which is a great thing. In the the early 1400s-1800s colonization was an advancement to the Europeans . They believed that the African people

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    Over the last 75 years, South America has done a large amount of economic development. This economic development has been done to try and enhance the relations with other economic superpowers. The European Union was created after the Second World War as a way for European countries to trade without duties or tariffs, and as a way to share knowledge of industrial development. After the EU was created, it was clear that if South America wanted to compete on a world stage, they would need to implement

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    mind the end goal to get, specifically or in a roundabout way, money related or another material advantage.” South Korea defines it as the lines amongst movement and human trafficking very effortlessly join. While change infers a level of individual decision, transients are some of the time confined and even tormented by the general population they pay to lead them crosswise over fringes. America to people smuggling controls and receive measures to require business transportation bearers to determine

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