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The political evolution of the Mexican people

Author: Justo Sierra; Edmundo O'Gorman
Publisher: Austin : University of Texas Press, ©1969.
Series: Texas Pan American series.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Written on the eve of the Mexican Revolution, this text acknowledges the dual parentage of the Mexican people as children of Moctezuma and Cortés. Doing so, the author is able to view Mexico's history as an evolutionary process by which the Mexican people are formed in both the indigenous past and the colonial past, born with the arrival of Independence, and come of age when the Reform, the Republic, and the nation  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sierra, Justo, 1848-1912.
Political evolution of the Mexican people.
Austin, University of Texas Press [1969]
(OCoLC)592084601
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Justo Sierra; Edmundo O'Gorman
ISBN: 0292783825 9780292783829
OCLC Number: 6507
Notes: Translation of Evolución política del pueblo mexicano.
Description: xx, 406 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Aboriginal civilizations and the conquest. Aboriginal civilizations, I --
Aboriginal civilizations, II --
The conquest --
pt. 2. The colonial period and independence. Founders and settlers --
The peacemakers --
Social organization --
Political organization --
Social growth (sixteenth and seventeenth centuries) --
Social growth (eighteenth century) --
Independence, I --
Independence, II --
pt. 3. The republic. The empire (1821 --
1823) --
Federation and militarism (1823 --
1835) --
Centralism and conflict with the United States (1835 --
1848) --
Reorganization and reaction (1848 --
1857) --
The three-years war (1858 --
1860) --
The French intervention (1861 --
1867).
Series Title: Texas Pan American series.
Other Titles: Evolución política del pueblo mexicano.
Responsibility: by justin Sierra ; with notes and a new introducton by Edmundo O'Gorman ; prologue by Alfonso Reyes ; translated by Charles Ramsdell.

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Written on the eve of the Mexican Revolution, this text acknowledges the dual parentage of the Mexican people as children of Moctezuma and Cortés. Doing so, the author is able to view Mexico's history as an evolutionary process by which the Mexican people are formed in both the indigenous past and the colonial past, born with the arrival of Independence, and come of age when the Reform, the Republic, and the nation achieve a single identity.

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