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Mexico City, 1808 : power, sovereignty and silver in an age of war and revolution / John Tutino.

Author/Creator:
Tutino, John, 1947- author.
Publication:
Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2018.
Format/Description:
Book
xxiv, 296 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Edition:
First edition.
Series:
Diálogos (Albuquerque, N.M.)
Diálogos series
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Subjects:
Mexico City (Mexico) -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
Mexico City (Mexico) -- Politics and government -- 18th century.
Silver industry -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- History -- 19th century.
Silver industry -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- History -- 18th century.
Power (Social sciences) -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- History -- 19th century.
Power (Social sciences) -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- History -- 18th century.
Government, Resistance to -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- History -- 19th century.
Government, Resistance to -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- History -- 18th century.
Government, Resistance to.
Politics and government.
Power (Social sciences).
Silver industry.
Mexico -- Mexico City.
Form/Genre:
History.
Contents:
Preface: pivotal years and historical dialogues
Terms of analysis: new Spain in Spanish America
Introduction: imperial crisis and regime transformation in the silver metropolis
City of silver: power and social order, 1760-1810
From mexica capital to silver metropolis, 1350-1770
Oligarchy: power in the capital of silver capitalism
In the shadows of power: oligarchs, provincials, and professionals
Getting by: life and work in the barrios
Keys to the city: stabilizing power and inequity
The politics of empire, 1765-1810: from mediation to revolution
Time of trial: bourbon reforms, regional risings, and regime restoration, 1765-1771
Carrying on: war, silver capitalism, and social peace, 1770-1800
Toward crisis: war, revenue, faction, and the fall of the monarchy, 1800-1808
Summer of politics, 1808: contesting power and popular sovereignties
September coup, 1808: military power and imagined revolutions
The fall: from silver capitalism to social revolution, 1808-1810
Conclusion: popular politics and coercive powers: Mexico and the world.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-288) and index.
Other format:
Online version: Tutino, John, 1947- Mexico City, 1808.
ISBN:
9780826360007
0826360009
9780826360014
0826360017
9780826360021
0826360025
OCLC:
1040079023