Also tells us how Central America enters the coffee business, but dominance the latifundia and again gives the monoculture, the United Fruit Co. turned on the main landowner of Central America and the dollar became the official currency. It also tells about a pirate William Walker who came to Central America and reimplanto slavery. But the waves of violence came to more countries when the coffee and banana prices fell, causing low wages in honduras, Guatemala and Nicaragua, thereby the dictators of these countries was sent to kill a lot of people. Subsequent to these events, comes the first agrarian reform in Latin America, once he lived in total economic and social frustration and despite the efforts of precursors such as Bolivar, Morelos and Hidalgo, Indians continued to be exploited excessively, but South Jose Artigas led the agrarian revolution against Spanish and Portuguese in what is now Uruguay, and some Argentine provinces and the agrarian code 1st free land was born in 1815free men with which expropriated land to poor Spaniards and worst Americans returning lands to those who worked them.
The same happened a century later with Emiliano Zapata in Mexico. The latifundia and the smallholding continued el desarrollo agropecuario in Latin America since spends more than five hundred million to bring from abroad food that could quietly produce, only 5% of their land are under cultivation, thanks to bad development policies as occurred in Ecuador and Venezuela where the Government give landowners lots of best quality land. Things improved somewhat in Bolivia with the agrarian reform of 1952. The third chapter of the first part the underground sources of power, this dedicated to the mining riches and the atrocities committed in their name. In his first chapter tells us how from American man to floor for the first time the Moon the first thing they saw was the riches of the Earth as oil, zinc, copper among others.