Chile, 1833: Debate Mediático, Relato Político y Continuidad Institucional
From 1811, the first constitutional text adopted by Chile, as well as other post-colonial political units in Latin America, and 1812, time of the first Constitution approved by a liberal congress in Spain, the political and cultural debate across Latin America about the constitutional framework and text for the newly independent country lead in Chile to the 1833 Constitution. This one was a long standing response to the initial liberal projects not only in Chile but also the Hispanic world.
Kaempher, Alvaro. “Chile, 1833: Debate Mediático, Relato Político y Continuidad Institucional.” Essay. In Sensibilidades Conservadoras: El Debate Cultural Sobre La Civilización En América Latina y España Durante El Siglo XIX, edited by Kari Soriano Salkjelsvik. Iberoamericana Editorial Vervuert, S.L, 2021.
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