Juarez

ISBN-10: 0582050537
ISBN-13: 9780582050532
Edition: 1993
List price: $30.00
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Description: Benito Juirez (1806--72), Indian-born (Zapotec) founding father of modern Mexico, championed a newly independent, largely non-white nation at a time of aggressive European supremacy. His brand of liberalism broke with the Indian and Hispanic pasts,  More...

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Book details

List price: $30.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: Longman Publishing
Publication date: 4/6/1995
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.792
Language: English

Benito Juirez (1806--72), Indian-born (Zapotec) founding father of modern Mexico, championed a newly independent, largely non-white nation at a time of aggressive European supremacy. His brand of liberalism broke with the Indian and Hispanic pasts, curbed the power of church and army, and promoted federalism and civil supremacy. He outmanoeuvred the conservatives in a bitter civil war (1858--61), and, as President, frustrated Napoleon III's imperial ambitions by defeating -- and executing -- his Habsburg puppet, the unfortunate emperor Maximilian. This is a major study of an extraordinary career, with resonances far beyond Mexico itself.

List of Maps
Abbreviations
Preface
Nineteenth century Mexico: the world of Ju��rez
The provincial origins: Ju��rez and Oaxaca
Ju��rez and Liberalism
Ju��rez, the Constitution of 1857 and the collapse of the Liberal regime
Ju��rez and the Catholic Church
Ju��rez and the state governers
Ju��rez and the United States
Ju��rez and the European Powers
The last period of Ju��rez: party, constitution and power
Ju��rez, the Diaz brothers and the Rebellion of La Noria
Conclusion
Bibliographical essay
Chronology
Glossary
Dramatis personae
Maps
Index

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