La abolición de la esclavitud [NOOK Book]

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La abolición de la esclavitud es un alegato a favor de la libertad humana, pronunciado por Castelar en la España del siglo XIX, tuvo una influencia directa en la supresión de esta práctica en Puerto Rico.
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La abolición de la esclavitud

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Overview

La abolición de la esclavitud es un alegato a favor de la libertad humana, pronunciado por Castelar en la España del siglo XIX, tuvo una influencia directa en la supresión de esta práctica en Puerto Rico.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788498976755
  • Publisher: Linkgua
  • Publication date: 8/31/2010
  • Language: Spanish
  • Series: Diferencias
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 44
  • File size: 86 KB

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Emilio Castelar y Ripoll (1832-1899). España.
Nació en Cádiz y estudió derecho y filosofía y letras en la universidad de Madrid (1852-1853). Actuó en la vida política defendiendo las ideas democráticas; fundó el periódico La Democracia, en 1863, y apoyó el republicanismo individualista. A causa de un artículo contrario a Isabel II, fue separado de su cátedra de historia de España de la universidad central, lo que provocó manifestaciones estudiantiles y la represión de la Noche de san Daniel (10 abril 1865). Castelar conspiró contra Isabel II y se exiló en Francia, donde permaneció hasta la revolución de septiembre (1868). A su regreso fue nombrado triunviro por el partido republicano junto a Pi y Margall y a Figueras. Diputado por Zaragoza a las cortes constituyentes de 1869, al proclamarse la I república ocupó la presidencia del poder ejecutivo. Gobernó con las cortes cerradas y combatió a carlistas y cantonales. Tras la reapertura de las cortes, su gobierno fue derrotado, lo que provocó el golpe de estado del general Pavía (3 enero 1874). Disuelta la república y restaurada la monarquía borbónica, representó a Barcelona en las primeras cortes de Alfonso XII. Defendió el sufragio universal, la libertad religiosa y un republicanismo conservador y evolucionista (el posibilismo).
Emilio Castelar murió en 1899 en San Pedro del Pinatar.
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