Comparing the Declarations of Independence of the United States and Spanish American Nations
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Comparing the Declarations of Independence of the United States and Spanish American Nations
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S207987840001603-2-1
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10.18254/S0001603-2-1
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The article is devoted to the comparison between the declarations of independence of the United States and of Spanish American nations. The full list of Spanish American declarations of independence is compiled for the first time in historiography. The questions raised in this proposed comparison (among others, on the degree of influence of the U. S. Declaration of Independence on the Spanish American declarations) bring a scholar to the major issues of the independence movements in the New World (and in the end, to the discussion of the nature of British and Spanish colonial societies in America) and thus — do not have clear and final answers.
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declarations of independence, popular sovereignty, United States of America, Latin America, Atlantic revolutions, inter-American relations
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18.11.2016
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30.12.2016
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