Frenchman Process

Safford does not emphasize possible conflicts of classroom permeando the process of assembly of the Modern States because for it the criollos had dominated the institutionalization process. It detaches the fact of that many of the fights and tensions had occurred in the interior of this social group, involving personal, regional and corporative interests, derivatives of the formation intellectual or related the ideological questions, particularly in regards to the Church, to the slavery and the aboriginals.It also had, conflict of generations, mainly it enters the heroes of independence and the generation successor. Soon after Independence, when one became necessary to draw the new model institucional and a new order social politics and, the historical context was of euphoria stops with the liberal principles and the recent events politicians in the Europe and America. Liberalism was present in all the emancipatrio process, despite moderate. The reason of the adhesion of the criollos to the liberal ideas was its marginalizao of the processes politicians and power to decide in the period of the Monarchic State Metropolitano.A instability and the tensions that had been part of the decades of 1820 the 1870 is explained by Frank Safford as resulted of the inexistence of a strong, ideologically hegemonic and politically active classroom economic. It is inferred of its analysis that the inexistence of a bourgeoisie to the Frenchman, made with that the Hispanic national States did not receive economic support from a classroom with capacity politics to make front to the diverse forces of resistance to the Centralization and the Rationalization. One such classroom could only be opposed to old institutions and to the phenomenon politician of the caudillismo, gift in diverse periods and regions during the process of consolidation of the nations and States. the criollos adepts of the construction of the national States, they did not correspond to a classroom with such economic spread, ideological politics and. (FRANK SAFFORD. Politics, Ideology and Society in Spanish America of After-Independence.)