by Guillermo Sherwell
Simon Bolivar is the South American patriot most often compared to George Washington, and he was certainly driven by some of the same political ideals. The circumstances he faced in attempting to unite the disparate colonies however, where entirely different and he ultimately failed in his attempt to create a 'United States' of South America, but not before helping to free five countries from Spanish rule.
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