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What event sparked widespread rebellion in Latin America and provided Latin America with the opportunity to finally reject foreign domination and demand independence?

A. Napoleon's invasion of Spain

B. the arrival of European Christain missionaries.

C. an embargo on trade from Spain's main trading partners.

D. the French Revolution.

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    is it D.

    Because the American and French revolutions provided an example for successful countries who got rid of their old rule.

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    It's A

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