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by John Lynch

  • Author: John Lynch
  • ISBN: 019821135X
  • ISBN13: 978-0198211358
  • ePub: 1820 kb | FB2: 1695 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (May 21, 1992)
  • Pages: 488
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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Caudillos in Spanish America, 1800-1850 ePub download

Home Browse Books Book details, Caudillos in Spanish America, 1800-1850. The caudillo of Spanish America was both regional chieftain and, in the turbulent years of the early nineteenth century, national leader.

Home Browse Books Book details, Caudillos in Spanish America, 1800-1850. Caudillos in Spanish America, 1800-1850. His power base rested on ownership of land and control of armed bands. He was the rival of constitutional rulers and the precursor of modern dictators.

Lynch, John, Caudillos in Spanish America, 1800-1850. Oxford: Oxford University Press 1992. Pleasants, Edwin Hemingway, The Caudillo: a Study in Latin-American Dictatorships. Monmouth, IL: Commercial Art Press 1959

Lynch, John, Caudillos in Spanish America, 1800-1850. Monmouth, IL: Commercial Art Press 1959. Smith, Peter H. "Political Legitimacy in Spanish America" in New Approaches to Latin American History, Richard Graham and Peter Smith, eds. 1974. Wolf, Eric R. and Edward C. Hanson, "Caudillo Politics: A Structural Analysis.

John Lynch has written another important book on Spain and its former colonies. With its insightful biographies and critiques of the literature, Caudillos in Spanish America improves our understanding of political instability throughout the continent

John Lynch has written another important book on Spain and its former colonies. With its insightful biographies and critiques of the literature, Caudillos in Spanish America improves our understanding of political instability throughout the continent.

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The caudillo of Spanish America was both regional chieftain and, in the turbulent years of the early nineteenth century, national leader. His is a dominant figure in Latin American history. Lynch's study is an important contribution to our understanding of the formative period of the nation-state in Spanish America and subsequent oligarchic dictatorships that challenged traditional caudillismo. Colonial Latin American.

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John Lynch, Caudillos in Spanish America 1800–1850 (Oxford: Clarendon press, 1992), pp. xvii + 468, £5. 0. Northwestern University. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 February 2009. Recommend this journal.

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The caudillo of Spanish America was both regional chieftain and, in the turbulent years of the early nineteenth century, national leader. His power base rested on ownership of land and control of armed bands. He was the rival of constitutional rulers and the precursor of modern dictators. In this book, Lynch explores the changing perception of the caudillo--bandit chief, guerrilla leader, republican hero--and examines his multi-faceted role as regional strongman, war leader, landowner, distributor of patronage, and the "necessary gendarme" who maintained social order. Lynch traces the origins and development of the caudillo tradition, and sets it in its contemporary context. His scholarly analysis of this central theme in the history of Spanish America is underpinned by detailed case studies of four major caudillos: Juan Manuel de Rosas (Argentina), José Antonio Páez (Venezuela), Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna (Mexico), and Raphael Carrera (Guatemala). This study is an important contribution our understanding of political and social structures during the formative period of the nation-state in Spanish America.