"No todo empez� en C�diz": simbiosis pol�tica en Oaxaca entre Colonia y Rep�blica

January 2008
Signos Hist�ricos;ene-jun2008, Issue 19, p8
Academic Journal
The central point of this article is to analyze what happened between the crisis of the colonial period and the first stages of republicanism in a predominately Indian society in Mexico, the current state of Oaxaca, and how this case can show us the way in which Indian towns readopted, according to their ways and customs, and symbiotically reactivated the political ideas of republican constitutionalism originating in C�diz, Spain.


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