This article analyzes Francisco Bilbao’s Letter to Francisco Bilbao (1852) by focusing on the constitutional aspect of his political platform, a liberal revolution conceived to dismantle social, economic and juridical inequalities in order to advance a democratization agenda, and the social construction of its historical protagonist, particularly in terms of the necessary alliance between peasants, youth and immigrants in mid-Nineteenth century Chile.
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Kaempfer, Alvaro. "Campesinos, Jóvenes e Inmigrantes: la Ecuación Liberal y Revolucionaria Chilena Frente al Estado de Sitio en la Carta a Francisco Bilbao (1852) de Santiago Arcos." A Contracorriente 14, 1 (Fall 2016): 37-57.
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