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The political revolution. Between autonomies and independence in Hispanoamerica





The Political Revolution. Between autonomies and independence in Hispanoamerica "is a work that, on the basis of a collective reflection, reflects the most recent progress made by some of the most relevant specialists in the study of Spanish-American independence. All these texts have a common thread through the influence and importance of Jaime E. Rodríguez’s work on the academic itinerary of the authors and authors involved in this volume. The aim is to make the book — at his disposal — a tribute to the work and history of those who are one of the most important historians in the period of the disintegration of the Spanish monarchy and the Spanish-American independence. The publishers of this volume share with Jaime E. Rodríguez their view that the major political revolution that began in the Spanish monarchy since 1808 also included American territories. This has meant that Gaditan liberalism and constitutionalism had a major impact on the development of the events that culminated in the proclamation of Spanish-American independence. The work gathered here is in dialogue with this idea from the various political, cultural and legal aspects that took place in territories such as Mexico, Quito, Caracas, Peru and talks during the crisis process of the Spanish-American monarchy. This book is published in a chronological context marked by the first wave of the bicentenaries of American independence, between 2009 and 2012, and in full production in view of the second commemorative phase, which will run from 2020 to 2025.

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