By James David Henderson
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This publication specializes in the Colombian Violencia, the undeclared civil struggle among the Liberal and Conservative events that raged from the overdue Forties to early Sixties. It provides the data as a story history.
There can be an array of appendixes, maps, and photographs.
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However, the issues separating them were so broad and their fame and influence in New Granada so far-reaching that few men of means anywhere in the republic could help being touched by them. 38 Chapter 1 A thoroughgoing sociopolitical reform effected in Colombia between 1849 and 1864 permanently shaped the nation's traditional parties. 30 Many of these measures were incorporated in the new national constitution of 1853 and restated more forcefully in the Rio Negro constitution of 1863. In spite of its outward appearance} the Rio Negro constitution did not make Colombia a radically libertarian republic.
10 The loss of the mines would have reduced Tolima to the status of just another supplier of animals and foodstuffs to the highlands had certain events not roiled provincial waters and involved Tolima in a series of far-reaching political events. First came banishment of the Jesuit fathers by royal decree in July and August of 1767. Most tolimenses were shocked by the king's order of expulsion, for at the least it meant the loss of their excellent secondary school at Honda, which the fathers had operated.
Preview and Suppositions This introduction was written to convey some sense of what the Colombian Violencia was, how a generation of scholars has interpreted it, and why the regional study is a valuable tool for furthering understanding of it. The history of Tolima that follows is the first such study. Because Colombia's Violencia grew out of a long sociopolitical process} it must be approached with sensitivity to the historical factors underlying it. Accordingly, the three initial chapters deal with the evolution of tolimense society prior to the Violencia.