Nicaragua's conservative republic, 1858-93 / Arturo J. Cruz.

Author
Cruz S., Arturo J. (Cruz Sequeira) [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Palgrave, 2002.
Description
xv, 196 pages ; 23 cm.

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Includes bibliographical references (p. 156-189) and index.
Contents
  • Defining the problem
  • Land of the unredeemed: the traditionalists
  • Marxist interpretations
  • Towards an alternative explanation
  • Building the Republic: overcoming mistrust
  • The 1858 Constitution: a working document
  • The sudden death of the Republic
  • The Presidency of Fruto Chamorro and the National War Antecedents of the Conservative Republic, 1853-57
  • Revaluing the geography of Nicaragua
  • The presidency of Fruto Chamorro and the 1854 Constitution
  • A radical agenda
  • The National War
  • The 1858 Constitution: A Troubled Birth, 1858-70
  • Reconstruction and the search for constitutional balance
  • The ambiguous legacy of Martinez' presidencies
  • The presidency of Fernando Guzman
  • The Works of the Conservatives, 1871-82
  • Taking stock of the nation
  • A perfect peace
  • The foundations of progress
  • In search of a candidate
  • Progress and the Conservatives
  • The Reds and the Iglesieros, 1883-89
  • The expulsion of the Jesuits
  • The presidency goes to Rivas
  • The great conspiracy
  • The Barrios telegram
  • The maturing of political institutions
  • A second Rivan to the presidency
  • The Fall of the Conservative Republic: An Accidental Death, 1889-96
  • Sacasa's first months
  • Sacasa's second term
  • El Cuartelazo
  • The 1893 Constitution: 'the arch-Liberal'
  • War with Honduras, and the fiscal crunch
  • The break with Leon
  • Tyranny and the acceleration of history.
ISBN
  • 0333971280 ((cloth))
  • 9780333971284 ((cloth))
LCCN
2001046005
OCLC
47282990
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