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www.reference.com/article/latin-american-countries-a84b0377d1e5606

As of 2014 Latin American countries include Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Venezuela, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Uruguay, Paraguay, El Salvador and Panama. Latin American countries are t...

www.reference.com/article/can-newspaper-online-c3e511d3cb864f9d

The Washington Post, The New York Times and USA Today all host online versions of their daily newspapers, enabling readers to keep up with the news from phones, tablets or laptops. Some papers also offer online subscription fees which grant readers access to additional ...

www.reference.com/article/can-read-old-newspapers-online-e81d8d537e6b089d

Old newspapers are available online at the Library of Congress's Chronicling America website. This government database provides readers with the ability to search through historic newspapers from 1836 to 1922. Readers can also search through the United States Newspaper ...

www.reference.com/article/can-latin-courses-online-481a33e7de684e6e

The Open University, LanguageTutorial.org, Surface Languages and the University of Texas all offer free online Latin courses. The first three sources use a traditional format in their course offerings, while the University of Texas teaches by examining original Latin te...

www.reference.com/article/caused-latin-american-wars-independence-377828363deb1f41

The Latin American Wars of Independence were precipitated by racism and the class system, Napoleon's 1808 invasion of Spain and the impending political chaos this created. People from the privileged aristocracy in particular sought political self-governance in the early...

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Latin America consists of the southern portion of North America, all of South America and the Caribbean islands. Spanish or Portuguese is the primary language in most Latin countries.

www.reference.com/article/were-effects-latin-american-wars-independence-274c49013c204ae2

The biggest impact of the Latin American Wars for Independence was freedom from Spanish rule and national sovereignty for former Spanish colonies in Latin America, including the countries now known as Venezuela, Colombia, Bolivia, Ecuador, Argentina, Paraguay, Chile, Ur...