Divine Charter Constitutionalism and Liberalism in Nineteenth-Century Mexico
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Although Mexico began its national life in 1821 as one of the most liberal democracies in the world, it ended the century with an authoritarian regime. Examining this defining process, distinguished historians focus on the evolution of Mexican liberalism from the perspectives of politics, the military, the Church, and the economy. Based on extensive archival research, the chapters demonstrate thatdespite widely held assumptionsliberalism was not an alien ideology unsuited to Mexico's traditional, conservative, and multiethnic society. As the first systematic exploration of the country's liberal tradition, this volume provides a nuanced and comprehensive analysis of the transformation of liberalism in Mexico.
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/22/2007
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: The Origins of Constitutionalism and Liberalism in Mexico|
|From res publicae to Republic: The Evolution of Republicanism in Early Mexico|
|"Ningun pueblo es superior a otro": Oaxaca and Mexican Federalism|
|Masonic Connections, Pecuniary Interests, and Institutional Development Along Mexico's Far North|
|Maximilian and the Construction of the Liberal State, 1863-1866|
|Kaleidoscopic Views of Liberalism Triumphant, 1862-1895|
|The Enemy Within: Catholics and Liberalism in Independent Mexico, 1821-1860|
|The Militarization of Politics or the Politicization of the Militry? The Novohispano and Mexican Officer Corps, 1810-1830|
|Armed Citizens: The Civic Militia in the Origins of the Mexican National State, 1812-1827|
|Cadiz Liberalism and Public Finances: Direct Contributions in Mexico, 1810-1835|
|Vectors of Liberal Economic Culture in Mexico|
|The Import Trade Policy of the Liberal Regime in Mexico, 1870-1900|
|Conclusion: Legitimacy, Sequencing, and Credibility: Challenges of Mexico's Liberal Reforms in the Nineteenth Century|
|About the Contributors|