How did Progress become a hegemonic idea in Latin America, and what was the consequence?

1. How did Progress become a hegemonic idea in Latin America,and what was the consequence?
2. Can you describe specific elements of the mid-nineteenth-centurytransportation revolution?
3. How did the transportation revolution alter Latin America’seconomic prospects and its political balance of power?
4. How do Mexico’s Reforma of the 1850s and its aftermath embodythemes of a liberal comeback throughout the region?
5. What did Progress mean to Latin American women of varioussocial descriptions?

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