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Latin American Independence Movements Fall 2010
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Origins Political Causes Nativism Foreign Examples Bourbon Reforms Intendancy System Militia Service The Church Philip V, first Bourbon King of Spain
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Origins Economic Causes Bourbon Reforms Commercial Agriculture and Mining Crown Monopolies Rebellions Túpac Aramu II Comunero Rebellion
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Origins Social Causes Labor Demands Large Estates ( Haciendas ) Altacomulco, 1810 Cultural Divisions Creole-Mestizo Coalitions?
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Unformatted text preview: Coalitions? Mexican Independence, 1810-1821 • Napoleonic Wars • Colonial Era Rebellions • F. Miguel Hidalgo • Ignacio Allende – “literary clubs” • Grito de Dolores • Guanajuato • Monte de Las Cruces Mexican Independence, 1810-1821 • F. José Maria Morelos – Revolutionary Program – Conservative Response • Insurgent Profile • Plan de Iguala • Independence, 1821 • Backlash? – Mexican Revolution,...
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