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22 October, 10:21

Which of the following explanations most likely accounts for Latin America's failed transition to democracy, in contrast with the United States' successful one?

a. The US had a history of peaceful transitions of power and self-government, but Latin America did not.

b. The US immediately provided universal suffrage for all citizens, and Latin America did not.

c. Most citizens of Latin American countries did not choose to vote, making elections difficult.

d. Latin American leaders were unable to agree on written constitutions.

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  1. 22 October, 12:20
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    The following explanations which most likely accounts for Latin America's failed transition to democracy is that d) Latin American leaders were unable to agree on written constitutions. Although the final result is that most Latin American countries have adopted a similar constitution the United States, but the same rights in the constitution have not been espoused as much as in the States.
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