According to his Jamaica Letter, Simon Bolivar's desired outcomes was to have the people break away from the civil state, and create a new Civil State and declare independence. The reason he had wanted the people to break away was because he had felt they were treated unfairly. But it was not going to be that easy to just declare independence there were some challenges that they had to face. According to his Jamaican Letter the outcome that Simon Bolivar desired for Latin America was for the people to break away from the civil state a create their own form of the social contract he wanted them to separate from Spain and be independent. The conditions Latin America had been expressed by the people, and how Spain had kept them in a lock. “The veil has been torn asunder, we [South America] have already seen the light and it is not our desire to thrust back into the darkness” (Bolivar 201). When Bolivar said this he is emphasizing his desire to have them separate from Spain he said “it is not” their desire to go “into the darkness” [There original state]. Therefore is emphasizing the fact that the desire for Latin America was to have the people separate from Spain. He also said this directly when Bolivar says “light” he is referring to being separated from Spain, they have already experienced separation from Spain, and the “darkness” Bolivar talked primarily being dependent on Spain. Overall Bolivar directly showed his desire for Latin America was to have the people separate from Spain entirely.
Bolivar uses figurative language to show that his desire for spain was for them to break away from Spain, and the way of achieving this was to ultimately by breaking the social contract, and creating their own form of the Social Contract. “Success will crown our efforts...the tie that bound her [Latin America] to spain had been severed” (Bolivar 201). Bolivar here explained his desire for Spain further when he says, “the tie” refers to the Social Contract that is keeping Latin America and Spain together. Bolivar described the tie [Social Contract] as being “severed” [broken]. Lastly is emphasizing that the only way to achieve breaking apart from spain is to create their own form of the Social Contract.
One of Bolivar’s desires was for Latin America to become a democracy; this would be a much better way to . The challenges that Latin American had faced was first get out of the situation that they were currently in their was a lot to be done, secondly the Latin Americans did not get involved in government as much as the Peninsulares did. They were basically not knowledgeable of what was going on. Bolvar had wanted them to be much more involved. How hard it was exactly for the people of Latin America to break away from the civil state and be independent. “ The efforts needed to make Latin America a democracy is a substantial amount of work” (Bolivar 201). The people of Latin America had a...