The peoples of Latin America in the first half of the twentieth century

At the beginning of the twentieth century, 5% of the world’s population – about 95 million people – lived in 20 Latin American republics. The largest of these were Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. The latter came out on top in terms of the level of economic development.

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