"Spaniards in the Colonial Empire" traces the privileges,
prejudices, and conflicts between American-born and European-born
Spaniards, within the Spanish colonies in the Americas from the
sixteenth to early nineteenth centuries. - Covers three centuries
of Spanish colonial power, beginning in the sixteenth century-
Explores social tension between creole and peninsular factions,
connecting this friction with later colonial bids for independence
- Draws on recent research by Spanish and Spanish-American
historians as well as Anglophone scholars- Includes some coverage
of Brazil and British colonies
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