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How did former Spanish colonies in the Americas become so fragmented?
If we only consider countries that are connected by land, there are 16 Spanish speaking countries in the Americas, totaling 11,301,072 km2 in area. That's only slightly larger than Canada (9,984,670 ...
Nov 9 '11 at 20:23
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