Pan-Americanism

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Pan-Americanism

the idea of a single state including all of North and South America.
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Pan-Americanism

[ˈpænəˈmerɪkənɪzəm] Npanamericanismo m

Pan-Americanism

nPanamerikanismus m
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Although the three dictators shared, according to Chavez, a "conservative utopian" view, the book demonstrates the differences among them such as the use of the "majestic us" in Luis Somoza instead of the personal "I" of his father and brother, the "Panamericanism" perspective of Anastasio Somoza (Sr.), and the will to inscribe Nicaragua in the world market during Anastasio Somoza (Jr.) administration, among others.
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