By Walter D. Mignolo
- Charts the heritage of the idea that of Latin the USA from its emergence in Europe within the moment 1/2 the 19th century via numerous variations to the current day.
- Asks what's at stake within the survival of an idea which subdivides the Americas.
- Reinstates the indigenous peoples and migrations excluded by means of similar to a homogenous Latin the USA with outlined borders.
- Insists at the urgent have to depart at the back of an idea which belonged to the nation-building mentality of nineteenth-century Europe.
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