This article analyzes aspects of the construction of Latin American identity in the nineteenth century and argues that this process was based on the contrast between an idealized personality, which circulated among peoples of Latin origin, particularly Hispanics, and an imagined vision of the Anglo-Saxon character that was especially strong in the United States.
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