|Title: ||El águila y el toro. España y México en el siglo XIX. Ensayos de historia comparada|
|Authorship: ||Suárez Cortina, Manuel|
|Edition: ||1 (2010)|
|Price: || 8,60 €|
|Support: ||e-Book - PDF|
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It offers diverse perspectives in some of the main facts of the XIX century history in two nations that shared a common history for three centuries, however, due to the Mexican Independence, both of them tackled separately their historical course. Issues are tackled such as the relation between Catholicism, State and Nation, the development of Revolutionary and post-revolutionary Liberalism, the links between Republicanism and Utopian Socialism, as well as the different ways that one and the other adopt in one or other links between Liberalism, Republicanism, and Federation.