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signaled change of approach of the monarchy The treaty of Utrecht (1713) caused loss of influence and property for Spain. Hapsburgs maintained a strong relationship between Church and Crown Continued policies of los reyes catolicos Bourbons God himself had given power to the monarchy their power was not limited by the church not restricted by the Church’s goals. Spain more centralized and bureaucratic Modernization was their goal. reforms caused resentment of the Creoles and Indians they replaced creoles with Spanish born officials In the colonies, lowered tariffs and encouraged freer trade confiscated Church properties thought that the wealth of the Church was unproductive expelled Jesuits in 1767 from all Spanish realms. By the 1790s their reforms ran out of steam Indian rebellion of 1781 led by Tupac Amaru II Eventually they started to slaughter whites and creole interest waned comunero revolt they asserted the right of resistance to unjust royal policy. both indicated that things were relationships were
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course ENG 420 taught by Professor Rostkowski during the Spring '08 term at Rosemont.

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