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eBook Rafael Nunez and the Politics of Colombian Regionalism, 1863-1886 ePub

by James William Park

  • ISBN: 0807112356
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: James William Park
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Louisiana State Univ Pr; 1st edition (December 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 304
  • ePub book: 1271 kb
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Rafael Wenceslao Núñez Moledo (September 28, 1825 – September 18, 1894) was a Colombian author, lawyer, journalist and politician, who was elected president of Colombia in 1880 and in 1884. Núñez was the leader of the so-called "Regeneration" process which produced the Colombian Constitution of 1886 which was to remain until 1991. Núñez was the first of three children of cousins Dolores García Moledo and Colonel Francisco Núñez García, who were married on October 6, 1824

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Rafael Nunez and the Politics of Colombian Regionalism, 1863-1886. RADITIONALLY, HISTORIANS HAVE DISMISSED the Colombian Federation (1863-1886) as an era of hopeless civil warfare which prepared the way for the rule of Rafael Nufiiez and Regeneration

Rafael Nunez and the Politics of Colombian Regionalism, 1863-1886. RADITIONALLY, HISTORIANS HAVE DISMISSED the Colombian Federation (1863-1886) as an era of hopeless civil warfare which prepared the way for the rule of Rafael Nufiiez and Regeneration. The anti-clericalism of the government heightened Conservative animosity and alienated more moderate Liberals.

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Rafael Wenceslao Núñez Moledo was a Colombian author, lawyer, journalist and politician, who was elected President of Colombia in 1880 and in 1884. Rafael Núñez was born in Cartagena de Indias, on September 28, 1825. He died in Cartagena on September 18, 1894. During his first administration, Núñez restores peace and order. He allowed the Catholic Bishops, who were in exile, to return to the country. He created the Military Academy and the National Academy of Music. He inaugurated the international telegraph service. He re-established diplomatic relationships with Spain, which had been severed since the War of Independence. And he signed international treaties of commerce and cultural exchange with France and Great Britain