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Independencia de México: hechos y pensamiento económico 1808-1821

Villalobos Lopez, Jose Antonio (2021): Independencia de México: hechos y pensamiento económico 1808-1821.

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Three external events decisively influenced Mexico's independence from the Spanish empire: 1) The certificate for the consolidation of royal vouchers of 1804; 2) The invasion of Bonaparte into Spanish territory in 1808; 3) The implementation of the Constitution of Cadiz in 1812 and its reimplantation in 1820. In the Congress of Anahuac of 1813, More-los's 'Feelings of the Nation' is read, where a clear break with Ferdinand VII, Spanish monarch, is seen. I highlight the courage and understanding of characters such as Morelos, Guerrero y Mina (Spanish), whose sacrifice led to the signing of the Act of Independence of the Mexican Empire on September 28, 1821. So we are about to turn 200 years after the consum of independence. It is estimated that as a result of losses during the eleven years of the war of independence, the national product decreased by 50%

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