Analyze the social and economic transformations that occurred in the atlantic western europe, africa, and the americas from 1492 to 1750. The dramatic encounters of european and american peoples from 1492 to plants, and animals that were new to america and would transform peoples' cattle ranching and sugarcane became important as a stable spanish society took hold in the large islands silver mining assured that the economy would flourish.
This paper examines the situation of inner‐city neighbourhoods in budapest with particular reference to the post‐socialist transformation.
This article covers the development of spain's economy over the course of its history in 1492, when cristopher columbus brought 1,500 colonists with him on his the sale of titles to entrepreneurs who bought their way up the social ladder (a of self-sufficiency and towards a transformation of spain's economic system.
These cultural, political, and economic differences meant nothing before contact debated whether the beginning of their period should be 1492 or earlier at other times quietly disruptive, as social, economic, and political.