Mexico and the Spanish Cortes, 1810-1822; eight essays / edited with an introd. by Nettie Lee Benson.
- Austin, Published for the Institute of Latin American Studies by the University of Texas Press, .
- University of Texas. Institute of Latin American Studies. Latin American monographs, no. 5.
Institute of Latin American Studies, University of Texas. Latin American monographs, no. 5.
243 p. 24 cm.
- Spain. Cortes -- History.
Mexico -- Politics and government -- 1810-1821.
Spain -- Colonies -- America -- Administration.
- The election of the Mexican deputies to the Spanish Cortes, 1810-1822, by C. R. Berry.
Mexican constitutional expression in the Cortes of Cádiz, by D. T. Garza.
Mexican municipal electoral reform, 1810-1822, by R. L. Cunniff.
Freedom of the press in New Spain, 1810-1822, by C. Neal.
Effect of the Cortes, 1810-1822, on church reform in Spain and Mexico, by J. M. Breedlove.
The army of New Spain and the Mexican delegation to the Spanish Cortes, by N. Macaulay.
The role of the Mexican deputies in proposal and enactment of measures of economic reform applicable to Mexico, by J. H, Hann.
Reform as a means to quell revolution, by W. W. Anderson.
Conclusion, by N. L. Benson.
Bibliography (p. -223).
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