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  1. Cover
  2. p. 1
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  1. Title Page, Copyright
  2. pp. 2-5
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. v-viii
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  1. Introduction: Liberty and Liberalism in Mexico
  2. pp. ix-xxx
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xxxi-xxxii
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  1. Part 1: The Founding and Early Constitutional Experiments: 1821–1840
  2. pp. 1-2
  1. José María Luis Mora
  2. pp. 3-4
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  1. 1. Discourse on the Independence of the Mexican Empire
  2. pp. 5-16
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  1. 2. Discourse on the Limits of Civil Authority Deduced from Their Source
  2. pp. 17-22
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  1. 3. Discourse on the Freedom of Thought, Speech, and Writing
  2. pp. 23-31
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  1. 4. Discourse on the Means Ambition Uses to Destroy Liberty
  2. pp. 32-39
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  1. 5. Discourse on the Civil Liberties of the Citizen
  2. pp. 40-49
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  1. 6. Discourse on Laws That Attack Individual Security
  2. pp. 50-59
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  1. 7. Discourse on the Independence of Judicial Power
  2. pp. 60-67
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  1. 8. Discourse on Public Opinion and the General Will
  2. pp. 68-87
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  1. 9. Discourse on the Nature of Factions
  2. pp. 88-99
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  1. Lorenzo de Zavala
  2. pp. 100-101
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  1. 1. Introduction to Historical Essay on the Mexican Revolutions from 1808 to 1830
  2. pp. 102-114
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  1. 2. Conclusion to Historical Essay on the Revolutions of Mexico from 1808 to 1830
  2. pp. 115-133
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  1. 3. Intervention Regarding the Independence of the Province of Guatemala
  2. pp. 134-136
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  1. Valentín Gómez Farías
  2. pp. 137-170
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  1. Individual Vote of Mr. Gómez Farías on the Issue of the Advisability of Convening a New Congress
  2. pp. 138-149
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  1. Lucas Alamán
  2. pp. 150-183
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  1. Impartial Examination of the Administration of General Vice President Don Anastasio Bustamante
  2. pp. 151-178
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  1. Part 2: Liberty in the Liberal Republic
  2. pp. 179-180
  1. Polemic between El Universal, El Siglo XIX, and El Monitor Republicano,1848–1849
  2. pp. 181-182
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  1. 1. What Might Be the Causes of Our Ills, Part 1
  2. pp. 183-190
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  1. 2. What Might Be the Causes of Our Ills, Conclusion
  2. pp. 191-196
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  1. 3. What Might Be the Causes of Our Ills, Second Article
  2. pp. 197-201
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  1. 4. What Might Be the Causes of Our Ills, Third Article
  2. pp. 202-205
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  1. Mariano Otero
  2. pp. 206-239
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  1. Individual Vote in the Constituent Congress
  2. pp. 207-241
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  1. Ignacio Ramírez
  2. pp. 242-275
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  1. 1. The National Representation
  2. pp. 243-250
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  1. 2. Speech to the Constituent Congress, July 7, 1856
  2. pp. 251-257
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  1. 3. Letter to Fidel
  2. pp. 258-261
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  1. Francisco Zarco
  2. pp. 262-295
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  1. 1. The Question of the Veto
  2. pp. 263-268
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  1. 2. The Constitutional Order
  2. pp. 269-273
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  1. 3. Elections
  2. pp. 274-278
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  1. 4. Progress and Innovation
  2. pp. 279-284
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  1. 5. Laws and Customs: The Federation and Freedom of Religion
  2. pp. 285-290
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  1. 6. Manifesto as Preamble to the Constitution of 1857
  2. pp. 291-297
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  1. Ignacio Manuel Altamirano
  2. pp. 298-331
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  1. 1. Against Amnesty. Speech before the Second Constitutional Congress, July 10, 1861
  2. pp. 299-306
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  1. 2. Martyrs of Tacubaya
  2. pp. 307-313
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  1. 3. Speech by Citizen Manuel Ignacio Altamirano on the Occasion of the Anniversary of Independence, September 15, 1861
  2. pp. 314-320
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  1. Guillermo Prieto
  2. pp. 321-354
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  1. 1. In Favor of the Abolition of Internal Duties and Customs
  2. pp. 322-323
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  1. 2. Freedom of Commerce
  2. pp. 324-325
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  1. 3. On the Laws of Reform
  2. pp. 326-332
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  1. 4. On Reforms to the Law of Public Instruction
  2. pp. 333-343
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  1. 5. On Freedom to Work
  2. pp. 344-352
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  1. Constitutional Government of Mexico, 1857–1861 (Benito Juárez, Melchor Ocampo, Manuel Ruiz, Miguel Lerdo de Tejada)
  2. pp. 353-354
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  1. 1. The Constitutional Government to the Nation (on the Laws of Reform)
  2. pp. 355-371
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  1. 2. Declaration to the Inhabitants of the United States of Mexico on Freedom of Worship
  2. pp. 372-378
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  1. Part 3: Liberty and Order
  2. pp. 379-380
  1. Justo Sierra
  2. pp. 381-414
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  1. 1. Emilio Castelar and the Program of La Libertad
  2. pp. 382-384
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  1. 2. Reservations
  2. pp. 385-387
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  1. 3. Liberals and Conservatives
  2. pp. 388-390
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  1. 4. Polemic with José María Vigil
  2. pp. 391-405
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  1. 5. Our Battle Plan
  2. pp. 406-407
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  1. José María Vigil: Polemic with Sierra
  2. pp. 408-441
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  1. 1. Bulletin of El Monitor, August 22, 1878
  2. pp. 409-414
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  1. 2. Bulletin of El Monitor, August 27, 1878
  2. pp. 415-420
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  1. 3. Bulletin of El Monitor, September 3, 1878
  2. pp. 421-425
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  1. 4. Bulletin of El Monitor, September 6, 1878
  2. pp. 426-430
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  1. 5. Bulletin of El Monitor, September 10, 1878
  2. pp. 431-435
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  1. 6. Bulletin of El Monitor, September 18, 1878
  2. pp. 436-439
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  1. 7. Bulletin of El Monitor, September 27, 1878
  2. pp. 440-443
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  1. 8. Bulletin of El Monitor, October 22, 1878
  2. pp. 444-448
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  1. 9. Bulletin of El Monitor, October 26, 1878
  2. pp. 449-453
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  1. 10. Bulletin of El Monitor, October 30, 1878
  2. pp. 454-457
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  1. 11. Bulletin of El Monitor, December 17, 1878
  2. pp. 458-461
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  1. 12. Bulletin of El Monitor, December 27, 1878
  2. pp. 462-466
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  1. Emilio Rabasa
  2. pp. 467-500
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  1. 1. The Election
  2. pp. 468-487
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  1. 2. Supremacy of Legislative Power
  2. pp. 486-498
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  1. Part 4: Against the Current 1930–1989
  2. pp. 499-500
  1. Jorge Cuesta
  2. pp. 501-534
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  1. 1. Politics in the University
  2. pp. 502-508
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  1. 2. A New Clerical Politics
  2. pp. 509-513
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  1. 3. Crisis of the Revolution
  2. pp. 514-517
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  1. Antonio Caso
  2. pp. 518-551
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  1. Consciousness of Liberty
  2. pp. 519-540
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  1. Octavio Paz
  2. pp. 541-574
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  1. 1. The Liberal Tradition
  2. pp. 542-547
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  1. 2. Literature and the State
  2. pp. 548-552
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  1. 3. Poetry, Myth, Revolution
  2. pp. 553-562
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 563-582
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Additional Information

ISBN
9781614879039
Related ISBN
9780865978423
MARC Record
OCLC
843880950
Pages
606
Launched on MUSE
2013-08-13
Language
English
Open Access
No
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