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Recruitment and society in the provinces of Cauca (1830-1855): disalectics between the law and practice





This work is based on identifying the Republican legislation drawn up by the New Grenadine State on conscription, in order to compare it with the practices of the officials responsible for recruiting the men needed for the various armed forces (permanent army, Assistant National Guard, etc.). It is argued that, although the rule was not fully complied with, the State achieved its objective of removing recruits by being able to adapt to the socio-cultural fabric in the various constituent regions of the Cauca provinces.

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