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by Timothy E. Anna

ISBN: 0803210477
ISBN13: 978-0803210479
Language: English
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press (February 1, 1998)
Pages: 330
Category: Americas
Subategory: History

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Forging Mexico, 1821-1835 has been added to your Cart. Timothy E. Anna is Distinguished Professor of History at the University of Manitoba. His books include The Mexican Empire of Iturbide (Nebraska 1990).

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Timothy E. Anna turns his attention upon the crucial postindependence period of 1821-35 to understand both the theoretical . Forging Mexico, 1821-1835 is a study both of the political history of the first republic and of the struggle to forge nationhood. Anna turns his attention upon the crucial postindependence period of 1821-35 to understand both the theoretical and the practical causes of the development of this polarity. He attempts to determine how much influence can be ascribed to such causes as the model of the United States, the effect of European thinkers, and the shifting self-interest of various leaders and groups in Mexican society. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

Santa Anna allowed his troops to loot the city, then, and as punishment for the rebellion, the state of Zacatecas lost part of its territory, which formed the state of Aguascalientes . Anna (2001). Forging Mexico 1821-1835. University of Nebraska Press. p. 260. ISBN 0803259417 – via Google Books. RIVA PALACIOS, Vicente (1940).

Forging Mexico, 1821-1835. 9780803210479: Hardback Release Date: 1st February 1998. A provocative study of national identity. 9780803259416: Paperback Release Date: 1st September 2001. Anna's book is not a simple narrative history of Mexico's turbulent first decade of independence. Instead, the author uses the time period as the basis for a highly detailed analysis of federalism as it relates to nation building. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press 1998. Inventing Mexico: Provincehood and Nationhood after Independence. Iturbide, Congress, and Constitutional Monarchy in Mexico," In The Political Economy of Spanish America in the Age of Revolution, 1750-1850, ed. Kenneth J. Andrien and Lyman L. Johnson, 17-38. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press 1994. Anna, FRSC. Distinguished Professor Emeritus. Office: 404 Tier Building e-mail: Timothy. Forging Mexico 1821-1835 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998). SELECTED PUBLICATIONS: Forging Mexico 1821-1835 (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1998). The Mexican Empire of Iturbide (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1990). The Fall of the Royal Government in Mexico City (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1978).

No struggle has been more contentious or of longer duration in Mexican national history than that between a centripetal power in the capital and the centrifugal federalism of the Mexican states. Much as they do in the United States, such tensions still endure in Mexico, despite the centralizing effect of the Mexican Revolution of 1910-20.

Timothy E. Anna turns his attention upon the crucial postindependence period of 1821-35 to understand both the theoretical and the practical causes of the development of this polarity. He attempts to determine how much influence can be ascribed to such causes as the model of the United States, the effect of European thinkers, and the shifting self-interest of various leaders and groups in Mexican society. The result is a nuanced and thoughtful analysis of the development of one of the defining characteristics of the Mexican nation: regional power and sovereignty of the state. Forging Mexico, 1821-1835 is a study both of the political history of the first republic and of the struggle to forge nationhood.

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