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that is my last name!!! that is so cool

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caudillos is spanish for a political military leader at the head of an authoritarian power

The caudillos were notable for their fierce control of power and unquestioning loyalty to the U.S policy.

the caudillos established social programs to aid rising unempolyment.

The caudillos were leaders of an authoritarian tradition, whereby some citizens are above the law which is a pillar of democracy.

The caudillos were leaders of an authoritarian tradition, whereby some citizens are above the law which is a pillar of democracy.

They helped the country grow and improve.

Many Latin American army leaders had gained fame and power during their long struggle for independence. And they controlled the new nations as military dictators, caudillos.

High ranking military officers who are rich and do not care for the poor

(in Spanish-speaking regions) a military or political leader.

Many were controlled by caudillos (military leaders) after Liberation.

Many were controlled by caudillos (military leaders) after Liberation.

With few roads and no traditions of unity, regionalism,or loyalty to a local area, weakened the new nations. Local strongmen, called caudillos (kow THEE yohs), assembled private armies to resist the central government.

It depends entirely on the time in question. Spain has had monarchies, dictatorships, parliamentary republics, and caudillos.

They were able to hold on to power because they were backed by the military.

They rose to power to provide stability to the area they were located in after a period of turmoil, or after a revolution.

I am taking the same quiz :) answer is: were concerned mainly with getting rich and holding power

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The conflict known as Mexican Revolution, between 1910 and 1921 was a civil war between different warlords or caudillos and the Mexican government.

They were concerned mainly with getting rich and holding power. I'm taking the same test and found it in the book. I hope i helped you get an a :)

I think that the upper-class favored this because they were able to hold on to power because thet were backed by the military.

Natalia Sobrevilla Perea has written: 'The caudillo of the Andes' -- subject(s): Politics and government, History, Marshals, Presidents, Caudillos, Biography, HISTORY / Latin America / General

Alvaro de Albornoz has written: 'El gobierno de los caudillos militares' -- subject(s): History 'El partido republicano' -- subject(s): Politics and government, History


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