What were the main reasons for the revolution in Latin America?

By the beginning of the 19th century, a significant number of problems and contradictions had accumulated in Latin America, which together led to the beginning of revolutionary events. First, Latin America was opposed to the United States and it was clearly inferior to it in all respects. Secondly, while maintaining agriculture as the basis of the economy in these countries, there were also latifundists, against whom there were frequent uprisings. Also, famine and impoverishment of the population in Latin America led to the revolution. Lack of industry can also be identified as the cause of revolutions.

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