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1) Alexander Dawson, Latin America Since Independence: A History with Primary Sources (Routledge Press: 2015)
2) John Chasteen, Americanos (Hill and Wang Press: 2010)
3) Andrew Torget, "Stephen F. Austin’s Views on Slavery in Early Texas" in This Corner of Canaan (University of North Texas Press: 2013) – Blackboard
4) Excerpt from Deborah Toner, Alcohol and Nationhood in Nineteenth-Century Mexico (2015) – Blackboard
5) Greg Grandin, Fordlandia: The Rise and Fall of Henry Ford’s Forgotten Jungle City. (Picador Press: 2010)
6) Mark Danner, The Massacre at El Mozote (Vintage: 1994)