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Social classes in Colonial Latin America
By: Regan Taylor
There are many social classes in Latin America. Those Social Classes are: Peninsulares, Creoles, Mulattoes, Mestizos, Slaves and Natives.
Peninsulares creoles Mestizos Mulattoes slaves and natives
The social class system is always dependent on curtain rules or specification on which the social partition of that society is based on.
Mixed ancestry of american, Indian, and European who speak Spanish, denied basic political, economics and social rights due to there mixed heritage.
Some groups of people may be confined to certain jobs or discriminated against on the basis of gender, race, ethnicity, and so on.
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