Madrid: Sílex (Sílex universidad), 2019. First Edition. Paperback. 623p., tables, bibl., wrps. New. Item #70777
"Los miedos sin patria: temores revolucionarios en las independencias iberoamericanas" is a study on Latin American independence revolutions during the first half of the 19th century, analyzing the complex process from the perspective of collective fears. The work explores how the events were carried out by a “train of fears”, as the impact of social and political movements with new ideas overtook populations at the time. On the other side, the threat of the mobilization of indigenous, slave, or caste populations provoked fear in those who held power.