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The End of Iberian Rule on the American Continent, 1770-1830

Brian Hamnett, University of Essex
Format
Book
Published
Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Language
English
ISBN
9781107174641, 1107174643, 9781316626634, 1316626636
Contents
  • Part I. One sole monarchy: 'one sole nation'
  • advocates, critics, and challengers
  • Negotiation, networks, linkages
  • An alternative vision? Andean perceptions of the Hispanic monarchy
  • The idea of metropolis and empire as one nation
  • Part II. Salvaging the greater nation: constitutionalism or absolutism?
  • Iberian monarchies in crisis: juntas, congresses, constitutions
  • Hispanic America
  • violence unleashed
  • The first Spanish constitutional experiment: the 'one sole nation' and its opponents (1810-1814)
  • The counter-revolution and its opponents (1814-1820)
  • Part III. Shattering the greater nation: fragmentation, separate sovereign states, and the search for legitimacy
  • Metropolitan Iberia: focus of disunion (1820-1830)
  • The divergence of the American territories (1820-1830)
  • Independence
  • territory, peoples, nations
  • Final reflections.
Description
viii, 364 pages ; 23 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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