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From the Publisher"Myths of Harmony is now the indispensable book for understanding the Colombian independence era and critical reading for scholars interested in both the transition to republicanism and the formation of racial ideologies in Latin America."
—Hispanic American Historical Review
“To be commended for its careful excavation of the complex dynamics between élites and plebeians, whites and pardos in independence-era Cartagena, and for its consistent commitment to situating these dynamics within the much broader framework of the ‘Age of Revolution’.”
—English Historical Review
“Stimulating . . . Rigorously researched, written with verve, and of comparative significance, this short, exciting book is certain to generate animated discussion. It would be an excellent choice for graduate seminars in history, sociology or political science.”
—Bulletin of Latin American Research