OverviewII. Latin America in the Nineteenth Century. 9. Decolonization and the Search for National Identities, 1821-1870. 10. Race, Nation, and the Meaning of Freedom, 1821-1888. 11. The Triumph of Neocolonialism and the Liberal State, 1870-1900. III. Latin America Since 1900. 12. Forging a New Nation: The Mexican Revolution and the Populist Challenge. 13. Brazil: Populism and the Struggle for Democracy in a Multiracial Society. 14. Argentina: Populism, the Military, and the Struggle for Democracy. 15. Cuba: The Revolutionary Socialist Alternative to Populism. 16. Storm Over the Andes: Indigenous Rights and the Corporatist Military Alternative. 17. Chile: The Democratic Socialist Alternative. 18. Twilight of the Tyrants: Revolution and Prolonged Popular War in Central America. 19. Lands of Bol�var: Military Crisis, State Repression, and Popular Democracy. 20. Deconstructing the State: Dictatorship and Neoliberal Markets. 21. Transcending Neoliberalism: Electoral Enga�os and Popular Resistance to the Dictatorship of Markets. 22. The Two Americas: United States-Latin American Relations.