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Question 1.
Which of the following groups was responsible for the overthrow of the reformist government in Guatemala in 1954?


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Question 2.
Fidel Castro led the revolution that successfully expelled what Cuban ruler?


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Question 3.
Which statement most accurately describes the outcome of the Cuban revolution?


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Question 4.
Liberation theology refers to


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Question 5.
What was NOT typical of military governments established in Latin America during the 1960s and 1970s?


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Question 6.
Which statement concerning U.S. relations with Latin America is most accurate?


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Question 7.
What U.S. president introduced the "Good Neighbor Policy" that promised to deal more fairly with Latin American countries and to halt direct intervention?


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Question 8.
In which period did most Latin American women achieve the right to vote?


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Question 9.
What distinguishes those regions referred to as the "Third World" from other societies?


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