coup in guatemala

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American History

 

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February 28, 2016

 

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For example, "it is estimated that 2% of the country's population controlled 72% of all arable land in 1945, but only 12% of it was being utilized." (wikipedia.org). There were a number of attempts to redistribute the land more equitably, especially land that was not being utilized by existing land owners...
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These land redistribution efforts were popular with the peasant class, but were against the interests of the land owning classes and certain U.S. corporate interests including the powerful United Fruit Company. . U.S. Goals and Actions Leading to the Coup The United States' first and foremost goal was to prevent the spread and influence of communism in Latin America...
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