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TRIBUTOS Y REBELIONES: La Influencia de las Reformas Borbónicas en las rebeliones de pre-independencia en América

  • Fabián Rocha Aponte


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    En la historia de la humanidad, las sociedades han recurrido a las rebeliones (pacíficas o violentas) con el fin de eliminar las presiones e injusticias existentes en un periodo determinado para establecer unas condiciones nuevas o para volver a un estado anterior que se considera mejor. Las distintas rebeliones sucedidas en América Latina (en especial los virreinatos de la Nueva España, del Perú y de la Nueva Granada) durante el siglo XVIII, fueron fuertemente influenciadas por las reformas políticas y fiscales de la Corona española en manos de los Borbones quienes intentaron modernizar el aparato administrativo y fiscal de la corona con el fin de adaptarse al nuevo entorno económico-político mundial que comenzaba a liderar Gran Bretaña.

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    Paper provided by UN - RCE - CID in its series ECONOGRAFOS - ESCUELA DE ECONOMÍA with number 009926.

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    Date of creation: 15 Aug 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:col:000176:009926
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