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The Wars of Independence. 1810-1826. Immediate Influences. Creole Nationalism Frustration at “Institutionalized Discrimination” Enlightenment Influence How Much Influence Was the French Revolution? The Specter of Haiti The Real Catalyst: European Events. The Spanish Crisis, 1808-1810.

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immediate influences
Immediate Influences
  • Creole Nationalism
    • Frustration at “Institutionalized Discrimination”
  • Enlightenment Influence
  • How Much Influence Was the French Revolution?
    • The Specter of Haiti
  • The Real Catalyst: European Events
the spanish crisis 1808 1810
The Spanish Crisis, 1808-1810
  • Background: The Napoleonic Wars
  • Spain as Napoleon’s “Satellite Kingdom”
    • Charles IV Abdicates
    • Joseph Bonaparte
  • The 1808 Revolutionary Junta
    • Fernando VII
  • The Cortes and the Constitution of 1812
    • The Bourbon Reforms Remain in America
the movement for independence in spanish america
The Movement for Independence in Spanish America
  • Response to the French Invasion of Spain
    • Peninsulare and Criollo Agendas
  • South American Rebellions
    • Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Chile—but not Peru
    • The “Liberators”—a Creole Elite
  • Father Miguel Hidalgo and Mexico: A Case Study
    • September 6, 1810
    • The Virgin of Guadalupe
    • The Sack of Guanajuato
    • Revolution from Below—And Those Who Fear It
    • Hidalgo’s Martyrdom
the independence movements in south america
The Independence Movements in South America
  • The Influence of Simón Bolívar in the North
    • Bolívar’s Ideology
    • Venezuela and New Granada
      • The Llaneros
  • Ferdinand and the 1820 Liberal Revolt in Spain
  • Sucre and Andean Warfare
  • San Martín and the Southern Cone
    • Bernardo O’Higgins and Chilean Independence
    • The Guayaquil Conference, July 1822
  • Ayacucho and the Consolidation of Independence
postcolonial blues
Postcolonial Blues
  • The Rise of the Caudillo
    • Caudillismo
  • Latin American Society in the Era of Independence
    • “The Same Priest on a Different Mule”
    • The Question of Slavery
    • Religion
    • Land Reform—or lack thereof
  • The Liberal-Conservative Split
  • Federal vs. Central
  • The Roots of Neocolonialism
the mexican independence movement after hidalgo
The Mexican Independence Movement after Hidalgo
  • José María Morelos
    • A Radical Vision for a New Mexico
    • Guerilla Warfare
    • Congress of Chilpancingo
    • The Spanish Counterinsurgency
  • A Violent Interlude
  • Once Again, Spanish Events Intrude
the consummation of mexican independence
The Consummation of Mexican Independence
  • Agustín de Iturbide & Vicente Guerrero
  • Plan de Iguala
  • The “Three Guarantees”
  • Independence Won
    • Treaty of Córdoba
  • The Legacy of the Wars of Independence
  • Emperor Agustín I and the Mexican Empire
    • Economic Crises