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Francisco A. Ortega

and disturbances, there had been almost no memorable events in the Viceroyalty of New Granada [roughly present-day Colombia, Panama, and Ecuador] during its years of existence.” 2 Restrepo, like other mid-nineteenth-century observers, contrasted the

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A World in the Making

Discovering the Future in the Hispanic World

Javier Fernández-Sebastián

Translator : Mark Hounsell

surprise that the prophetic gifts of their leaders were emphasized. Bolívar was not alone in being considered a visionary. 22 In his poem “América,” Andrés Bello attributes to Miguel Pombo, the father of the independence of New Granada, the qualities of an

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Annabel Brett, Fabian Steininger, Tobias Adler-Bartels, Juan Pablo Scarfi, and Jan Surman

. He offers a compelling analysis of the Capuchin friar Joaquín de Finestrad's El vasallo instruido (a response to the comunero rebellion in New Granada in 1780), which combines scholastic political principles with a simultaneous affirmation and