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Simón Bolívar and Spanish American independence, 1783-1830

Author: John J Johnson; Doris M Ladd
Publisher: Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [1968]
Series: Anvil original, 95.
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Genre/Form: History
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Johnson, John J., 1912-2004.
Simón Bolívar and Spanish American independence, 1783-1830.
Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [1968]
(OCoLC)592237271
Online version:
Johnson, John J., 1912-2004.
Simón Bolívar and Spanish American independence, 1783-1830.
Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [1968]
(OCoLC)608168017
Named Person: Simón Bolívar; Simón Bolívar
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John J Johnson; Doris M Ladd
OCLC Number: 167934
Notes: "An Anvil original."
Description: 223 pages map 19 cm.
Contents: Part I. Simón Bolívar and Spanish American independence, 1783-1830 --
1. Introduction --
2. Reformed Spain, responsive America --
3. The making of Creole radicalism, 1808-1812 --
4. Bolívar as soldier and state-maker --
5. Bolívar as international idealist and national pragmatist --
6. Bolívar as political theorist --
7. The consolidation of Creole conservatism --
Part II. Readings --
1. Don Quixote Bolívar / Miguel de Unamuno --
2. Portrait of Bolívar / Carlos A. Villanueva --
3. A letter to American Spaniards / Juan Pablo Viscardo --
4. Creolism / Alexander von Humboldt --
5. Why Spanish America was reluctant to revolt / Alexander von Humboldt --
6. Bolívar tells how he came to be a revolutionary / Louis Peru de Lacroix --
7. The Miranda incident, 1812 / Gerhard Masur --
8. American petitions the Cortes of Cádiz / Herbert Ingram Priestley --
9. The war to the death, 1813 / Simón Bolívar --
10. The crossing of the Andes to Boyacá / Daniel F. O'Leary --
11. The Cartagena manifesto / Simón Bolívar --
12. The Jamaica letter, September 6, 1815 / Simón Bolívar --
13. The Angostura address / Simón Bolívar --
14. A prediction of unfavorable things to come / Francisco de Paula Santander --
15. The Bolivian constitution of 1826 --
16. Collapse / Gerhard Masur --
17. The burden of the past / Leopoldo Zea.
Series Title: Anvil original, 95.
Responsibility: [by] John J. Johnson, with the collaboration of Doris M. Ladd.

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