posted by Ella on .
Can someone check these for me?
1.What problem has been at the heart of the intense political struggles in Central America?
Unequal distribution of usable land is the heart of the political struggle. There is a shortage of farmland in order to meet the needs of everyone. Farmers are lucky to grow enough food to feed their family. If they are able to have job it is very low wages and very hard work.
2.How does the government of Cuba differ from most of the other governments in the Caribbean?
Unlike others Cuba is a communist territory. Cuba also has a closed market system in which the government controls everything. Other places in the Caribbean tend to have an open market system. The harsh rules and all over poverty of Cuba tends to have people wishing to leave.
3.How might the political ties of many Caribbean islands to European countries and to the United States affect the island economies?
Political ties will affect cost of goods on the islands and other places. It will also affect what money they will accept and what they won't. When the prices go up in one place they will most likely go up in the others. If the ties are extremely close then if one counties economy begins to fail, then all of them will hurt drastically.