El ejercicio del patronato y la problemática eclesiástica en Zacatecas durante la Primera República Federal (1824-1834)
Author(s)Rosalina Ríos Zúñiga
History (General) and history of Europe
DOAJ:History and Archaeology
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AbstractThis paper analyzes the various actions taken by the authorities of the state of Zacatecas (Mexico) during the First Federal Republic (1824-1835), in order to find solutions to problems related to the exercise of patronage and related topics. It shows that these proposals were useful to defend and drive federalism, and to advance a project to create a secular and liberal State and society. The paper concludes that the attempt to apply this was ambiguous, as it became part of the "pitfalls" that prevented the first federalism from consolidating by contributing to the division of local and national political groups.
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