POLS 328 Study Guide - Quiz 1
POLS 328 Study Guide - Quiz 1 Pols 328
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POLS 328 Study Guide – Quiz 1 Terms to Know: Caudillo / caudillo politics Viceroys Hacienda Audiencia Corregidors Criollos / peninsulares Reduccion Repartimiento Mercantilism Encomiendas Centralization vs Bureaucratic authoritarianism decentralization Simon Bolivar Augustine Iturbide Populism Dollar diplomacy Roosevelt corollary Dependency theory Populism Neoliberalism Residual powers Concurrent powers Implied powers Substantive democracy Procedural democracy Technical reforms Pact reforms Radical reforms Concessionary reforms Popular reforms Code law Legal positivism PRI, PAN,PDR Softliners Hardliners Porfiriato Kingpin strategy Santa Anna Favela Fueros Corporatism Constitutional rigidity Mestizo Bourbon reforms Tragedy of the commons Buscones San Martin Vargas Capitianas Constitutional rigidity Democratization Merida initiative Federalism Unitarianism Militarism Vicente Fox Tentismo Incas Mayas Aztecs Superior War College NAFTA Popular vs territorial representation Political asymmetry Constitutional asymmetry Things to Know: Know the contributions of the aztecs, incas, and mayas Know the difficulties that mexico faces in trying to democratize Know the hierarchy of positions created by the Spanish Crown when colonizing Latin America Know about baseball in Latin America lol know about the political structure in Mexico know how Spanish Colonization hindered the growth of civilizations in Latin America know about the drug war and violence in Mexico know about the different approaches to government in Latin America (authoritarian, mercantilist, militarist, corporatist, etc) know the hierarchy of positions implemented by the Spanish in the colonies Tragedy of the Commons chart Excludbility low Hi Subtractability Private Common pool hi goods resources low Toll goods Public goods PRI PAN PRD Southern voters Northern voters Southern voters Middle Rightist Leftist Older voters Pro-church Democracy advocation More traditional ideas Pro-business
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