What role did catholic curch play in the colonization of latin ameruca
the catholic church was undoubtedly the single most important institution in colonial latin america.
the missionaries of the church had the principal responsibility of converting the millions of natives of the new world to the faith, which was a daunting task because of significant linguistic and cultural differences.
c is the correct answer. all of the attempts were failed.
in april 1980, frustrated with the slow pace of diplomacy (and over the objections of several of his advisers), carter decided to launch a risky military rescue mission known as operation eagle claw. the operation was supposed to send an elite rescue team into the embassy compound. however, a severe desert sandstorm on the day of the mission caused several helicopters to malfunction, including one that veered into a large transport plane during takeoff. eight american servicemen were killed in the accident, and operation eagle claw was aborted.
president carter continued to attempt to secure the hostages' release before his presidency's end. on 20 january 1981, minutes after carter's term ended, the 52 us captives held in iran were released, ending the 444-day iran hostage crisis.
presumably they would know how much food it would take to keep these people alive. then when they dissolved a portion of those in the ghetto, they could estimate how much of a "saving" in supplies they would be making.
it was ghoulishly efficient.