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Political Leadership and Popular Consent: Party Strategies in Bolivia, 1880–1899

AutorIrurozqui Victoriano, Marta
Fecha de publicación1997
EditorAcademy of American Franciscan history
CitaciónThe Americas: A Quarterly Review of Latin American History 53 (3): 395-423 (1997)
ResumenThe governmental era of the Bolivian conservative parties—Constitutional, Democrat, and Conservative—encompasses the historical period from Bolivia’s withdrawal from the Pacific War (1880), which saw a Peruvian-Bolivian alliance against Chile, to the outbreak of the Federal War of 1899 between conservatives and liberals. Within this period of infighting lies the genesis of the Bolivian political party system. With the establishment of a truce in 1880 between Chile and Bolivia, without which Bolivia would have had to definitively withdraw from the conflict and break its Peruvian alliance, two positions arose concerning a resolution of the conflict: the continuation of the war or peace. These polar solutions adhered to the first ideological substratum of the Bolivian political parties, making it possible to define the various factions of the elite in light of the new political restructuring and the role of the State.
Versión del editorhttps://doi.org/10.2307/1008031
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/168200
ISSN0003-1615
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