4 questions ?
1) Would you agree with García Calderón's statement that "interventions [in Latin America] have become more frequent with the expansion of frontiers"? Why does he warn about the dangers of the U.S. shift from the "tradition of the Pilgrim fathers" to that of the "morality of Wall Street"?
2) According to the author, what were some of the differences that divided the two Americas? Were his judgments valid, or were they based on false assumptions? How have these differences exacerbated U.S. relations with Latin America?
3) Why did García Calderón regard the United States as a threat to Latin America's cultural identity? Were his concerns justified?
4) Compare Calderón's views of the American character with those expressed by Alexis de Tocqueville. Are there similarities? If so, what are they, and why do they exist? Also, compare his beliefs with Simón Bolívar's.
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