1812 Echoes: The Cadiz Constitution in Hispanic History, Culture and Politics

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This book commemorates the bicentenary of the landmark Spanish Constitution of 1812. Drafted by Spanish and colonial Spanish American liberals (and non-liberals) holed up in Cadiz as Napoleon's troops occupied the surrounding hills, this war-time Constitution set out radically to redefine `the Spanish nation' for a new age. In the event, it divided Spaniards and threw into sharp relief the question of Spain's legitimacy in her American colonies. Cadiz 1812 is a defining moment in the modern history of the Spanish-speaking ...

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