Popular politics and rebellion in Mexico : Manuel Lozada and La Reforma, 1855-1876 / Zachary Brittsan
- Brittsan, Zachary, 1976-
- Nashville, Tennessee : Vanderbilt University Press, 
- Physical Description:
- xvi, 220 pages : illustrations, map ; 26 cm
- Introduction : fragments of a buried mirror -- A nation of brigands -- Honorable thieves, 1824-1856 -- Popular conservatism emerges, 1857?1860 -- Ideological interlude, 1861?1862 -- Brigand nation -- Popular conservatism enacted, 1862-1867 -- Uncomfortable autonomy, 1867-1871 -- From revolution to obscurity, 1872-1884 -- Conclusion : reflections upon a forgotten rebel.
- "Explores the career of a Mestizo rebel, Manuel Lozada, shedding new light on political conflict during Mexico's Reform era in the mid-nineteenth century. Also explores the conditions under which a significant segment of Mexican society aligned itself with conservative interests and French interlopers, revealing this constituency to be more than a collection of reactionary traitors to the nation"--Provided by publisher.
- 9780826520449 (cloth : alk. paper), 0826520448 (cloth : alk. paper), 9780826520463 (ebook), 0826520464 (ebook edition), and 9780826520463 (ebook edition)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 207-213) and index.
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