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1. The 1st sentences is an Q's. I am confused by the rest of the paragrah.

2. Political & Economic  Power not laws leds to conquer and colonized though violence in Latin America.

you can relate ansters of many origin countries to today law.

The violenent relationship exist today stronger than before. 

3. the book showcause the US natigitve effect to Latin America and its political violence.

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1.The use of voliences or fear to keep or obtain power is noted in Weberian, Bureaucratized manner means not connected to colonial experience.

2.  in this book its not to blame US for all the voliences for Latin America created some of there own however, it will put noice on what they did  do and there effect/conquesnces. 

-Not every Developing Countries possiable or actions can attribute independently to its international system or powerful core countries that dominte it..

-Some violences is done localy not goverment order over matters like land

-can not account local problems to repeartent the whole countrey, state, etc.

3. this section deals with people in power fighting to keep there power rather then relying on formal authority, rules, laws, and legitimate-resort to sysematic violence, coercion, fear, and technologies to keep power in a LG regional political system. 

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1 the US has had influneces thoughout Latin America. US Government supported inflcting terror to keep power. or the opposite.

the US did not have complete control nor influneces in LAtin America goverment however it was in cooperation.

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