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Edge of Crisis: War and Trade in the Spanish Atlantic, 1789–1808 ebook

by Stanley J. Stein,Barbara H. Stein


Barbara H. Stein (1916-2005) was an independent historian and former bibliographer for Latin America, Spain, and Portugal at Princeton University's Firestone Library.

Barbara H. Stanley J. Stein is the Walter S. Carpenter Professor in Spanish Civilization and Culture, Emeritus, at Princeton University. The Steins coauthored Silver, Trade, and War and Apogee of Empire, both also published by Johns Hopkins. Stein and Stanley J. Stein, Edge of crisis: war and trade in. . Stein, Edge of crisis: war and trade in the Spanish. Atlantic, 1789–1808 (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009. In Stein and Stein’s view the failure to implement reform was almost always explained. by some ad hoc collision of interest between groups that were aligned around common. geographical background in Spain, no matter whether their businesses were mainly.

The War of the Spanish Succession pushed the Habsburg monarchy to embark on a commercial reorganization after 1718. Commercial treaties were concluded with the Ottoman Empire, Spain and the kingdom of Sardinia, the negotiation processes for which took place at various levels within the Habsburg state. The main question is what function these commercial treaties served in the wider geopolitical. context of Europe after the War of the Spanish Succession. Stein, Stanley J. Stein.

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Published: August, 2009. Continuing the approach in Silver, Trade, and War and Apogee of Empire, Barbara and Stanley Stein detail Spain’s ad hoc efforts to adjust metropolitan and colonial institutions, structures, and ideology to the pressures of increased competition in the Old and New Worlds.

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Barbara H. Continuing the approach in Silver, Trade, and War and Apogee of Empire, Barbara and Stanley Stein detail Spain's ad hoc efforts to adjust metropolitan and colonial institutions, structures, and ideology to the pressures of increased competition in the Old and New worlds.

This authoritative study of colonialism in the Spanish empire at the end of the eighteenth century examines how the Spanish metropole attempted to preserve the links to its richest colony in the western Atlantic, New Spain (Mexico), in the face of international developments. Continuing the approach in Silver, Trade, and War and Apogee of Empire, Barbara and Stanley Stein detail Spain’s ad hoc efforts to adjust metropolitan and colonial institutions, structures, and ideology to the pressures of increased competition in the Old and New worlds.

In reviewing the attempts at reform, the authors explore networks of individuals and groups, some accepting and others rejecting the Spanish transatlantic trade system. They provide accounts from both sides of the Atlantic to show how economic policy, imperial goals, and consequent social divisions and factionalism in New Spain and Spain undermined the government’s efforts at economic and political adjustments. The Steins draw on a wide range of archival material in Mexico, Spain, and France to place the waning of the Spanish empire in an Atlantic perspective. They also show how Spain came to the verge of collapse in a time of revolution and at the beginning of the transition from commercial to industrial capitalism.

Comprehensive and carefully researched, Edge of Crisis explains the broad array of factors that led up to the French invasion of Spain in early 1808.

Edge of Crisis: War and Trade in the Spanish Atlantic, 1789–1808 ebook
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Stanley J. Stein,Barbara H. Stein
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