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Pasiones e intereses: las causas de la guerra civil de 1876-1877 en el Estado Soberano de Santander

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Este trabajo busca ampliar el análisis de las posibles causas de la llamada guerra civil de 1876 1877 o guerra de las escuelas, en el Estado Soberano de Santander. Se realiza una aproximación a la malla urbana de la región entre 1853 y 1875 y, a partir de ella, las condiciones que contribuyeron a la formación de conflictos y los relevos jerárquicos propiciados por éstos. Por otro lado, para comprender las causas de la guerra se identifican los actores que intervinieron en ella. Se concluye que el grupo que inició la guerra fue el mismo que perdió jerarquía en la malla urbana, como un intento de recobrar la influencia perdida.

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  • Edna Carolina Sastoque Ramírez, 2007. "Pasiones e intereses: las causas de la guerra civil de 1876-1877 en el Estado Soberano de Santander," Documentos de Trabajo UEC 003962, Universidad Externado de Colombia.
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    Keywords

    guerras civiles; guerra de las escuelas; análisis espacial; Colombia;
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    • N46 - Economic History - - Government, War, Law, International Relations, and Regulation - - - Latin America; Caribbean
    • N96 - Economic History - - Regional and Urban History - - - Latin America; Caribbean

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