What would you like to do?
Are most Latin Americans literate?
Through military power
Franklin Roosevelt's "Good Neighbor Policy"
I am taking the same quiz :) answer is: were concerned mainly with getting rich and holding power
spain and portugal
Most Latin Americans believe the Catholic term of Christianity. Others believe the Protistant term for Christianity. Right now most Latin Americans are beliving and being part… of the Protistant religeon and term for Christianity than the Catholic way. what is Christianity? to believe that Jesus Christ gave his life for you and that he forgave you and all your sins and he is the son of god and Mary gave birth to him in Bethlehem so ABCD A accept B believe C confess D deciple don't go to hell go to heaven!! :)
The educational system in South America is very tough for kids because the parents can't help them with their homework. Oh and 90 percent of them are literate but the poor ed…ucation system continues to grow.
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The criollos , or people of Spanish origin born in the Americas.
Well, Colombia and Mexico have one of the best education systems in Latin America, but countries like Argentina, Venezuela and Uruguay have an overall more educated populati…on with more people completing high school and obtaining a degree. You can also measure this premise by analizing the level of education present in most latin American inmigrants and in emigration itself. For instance, while countries such as Mexico, Colombia and Bolivia tend to have enormous and constant emigration waves, their citizens abroad ( most of them residing in large urban centres: main U.S and European cities) tend to lack a college education and have lower literacy rates. In contrast, Uruguayans and Venezuelans, among others, are in general more educated, for these countries have significantly lower emigration levels, so those who actually travel overseas (in most cases) do so in order to either go on vacation (which in most latin American countries implies having a fairly good economic situation, stable source of income, college degree, etc.) or to pursue some sort of graduate education or job oportunity (which implies the same requirements stated before). Source: academic studies, reading and web searching, work and travel experience. I'm French-Spaniard by the way. I hope I helped.
It depends on which period of history are you referring to. If you mean during the time all of them were part of the Spanish, Portuguese and French empires, most of them w…ere "overseas territories" governed by a viceroy appointed by the King or Queen. After successful independence throughout the 19th century, most of these countries eventually switched to the republic type of government, presided over an elected president and some form of congress. The only exception were Mexico and Brazil, which quite briefly, became "Empires". Due to bad mismanagement and internal turmoil, however, these quickly became republics too -- Mexico in 1822, Brazil in 1889. During the 20th century, many of these countries turned into dictatorships (Argentina, Chile, Brazil) but nowadays all of them are full-fledged democracies with various degrees of success.