The Economic Aspects of Spanish Imperialism in America, 1492-1810

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Liverpool University Press, 1997 - History - 238 pages
This book examines economic relations between Spain and Spanish America in the colonial period, and their implications for the economic structures of both parties from the beginning of Spanish imperialism until the outbreak of the Spanish-American revolutions for Independence. Originally published in Spanish in 1992, the text has been fully revised for this first English edition.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Commodities and Resources During
31
The Hapsburg Commercial System
43
InterColonial Trade and the Hapsburg
63
Foreign Penetration of the IberoAmerican
72
Economic Growth in Spanish America
92
Commercial and Economic Relations in
110
Free Trade and the Peninsular Economy
134
Free Trade and the American Economy
160
Independence
197
Economic Grievances
207
Spanish Monarchs
217
Index
231
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