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Chile: The Making of a Republic, 1830-1865: Politics and by Simon Collier

By Simon Collier

Simon Collier examines the formative interval of the Chilean republic's historical past. He combines an research of the information and assumptions of the Chilean political classification with a story of the political procedure from the consolidation of the Conservative regime within the 1830s, to the start of the liberalization within the early 1860s. Chile's strong and more and more liberal political culture was once solid in severe and infrequently violent conflicts among the dominant Conservative get together (which ruled in a frequently authoritarian demeanour from 1830 to 1858) and the starting to be forces of political Liberalism. a big political realignment in 1857-8 cleared the path for complete liberalization.

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Farol, No. 2, September 7, 1835. ACT, No. 93, May 20, 1858. The Growth of Political Stability in England (Harmondsworth, 1969), p. 14. 16 The New Republic, 1830–1865 and political life of the time in an endless though not quite a seamless web. President Manuel Bulnes (1841–51) was the nephew of his predecessor, the son-in-law of a Liberal president of the 1820s, the brotherin-law of a future president, a cousin of one of his Interior ministers, and a cousin of the general he fought on the battlefield in the civil war of 1851.

He certainly understood their uses in securing political and social stability. With General Prieto’s elevation to the presidency in September 1831, the ties between state and church were tightened.

His intellectual influence on educated Chileans for the rest of the nineteenth century was incalculable. The University, modeled to some extent on the Institut de France, was initially a deliberative body, charged with overseeing the entire educational system. Only after Bello’s death (1865) did it begin to teach its students in a building of its own, still the University’s headquarters today. Its work reflected the rather limited educational priorities of the upper class. ”33 With a gradually growing readership available, the press – “a thermometer, marking the degrees of a people’s civilization,” according to an 1849 magazine34 – played its part in the pattern of urban life.

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