Abstract: This 30 page paper considers the impact of the European intervention in Latin American and the influence on Incan society. This research study maintains support for the thesis that European intervention was not a positive force and resulted in the decline of the already stabilized Incan civilization that resulted from the fall of native control. This research study also incorporates the perspectives of current history students regarding the transformation of Incan culture following the European intervention, and considers how this might impact the sense that current history is based on a revisionist ideal. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Subcatagory: Native Indian Studies