Coffee and Conflict in Colombia, 1886-1910

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Duke University Press, 1986 M03 11 - 277 páginas
The appearance of Coffee and Conflict in Colombia, 1886-1910, had several important consequences for the entire field of Latin American history, as well as for the study of Colombia. Through Bergquist's analysis of this transitional period in terms of what has been called the dependency theory, he has left his mark on all subsequent studies in Latin American affairs; questions of economic development and political alignment cannot be dealt with without confronting Bergquist's work. he has also provided a major contribution to Colombian history by his examination of the growth of the coffee industry and Thousand Days War.
 

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Prologue
xv
Introduction The Political Economy of NineteenthCentury Colombia
1
A Decade of Regeneration 18861896
19
The Failure of Reform 18961898
49
The Liberal Party Drifts Toward War
79
The Outbreak of War
101
The Gentlemens War
131
The Guerrillas War
155
The Eclipse of the Conservative Intransigents
193
The Reyes Quinquenio 19041909
223
The Outline of the New Order
245
Bibliography of sources cited
261
Index
268
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Página vii - I am extremely grateful as well for fellowships from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Philosophical Society, and the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy.

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