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Table of Contents
|Republics of the possible: state building in Latin America and Spain|
|The construction of national states, 1820-1890: five cases, multiple variables|
|State building in Western Europe and the Americas before and in the long nineteenth century: some preliminary considerations|
|The state and development under the Brazilian monarchy: 1822-1889|
|The Brazilian federal state in the old republic (1889-1930): did regime change make a difference?|
|The Mexican state, Porfirian and revolutionary (1876-1930)|
|Nicaragua: the difficult creation of a sovereign state|
|Friends' tax. Patronage, fiscality and state building in Argentina and Spain|
|Ideological pragmatism and non-partisan expertise in nineteenth-century Chile: Andrés Bello's contribution to state and nation building|
|Militarization without bureaucratization in Central America|
|Between 'Empleomanía' and the common good: successful expert bureaucracies in Argentina (1870-1930)|
|Elite preferences, administrative institutions, and educational development during Peru's Aristocratic republic (1895-1919)|
|Liberalism in the Iberian world 1808-1825|
|Visions of the national: natural endowments, futures, and the evils of men|
|Spanish national identity in the age of nationalisms José|
|Census taking and nation making in nineteenth-century Latin America|
|Citizens before the law: the role of courts in post-independence state building in Spanish America|
|Visualizing the nation: the mid-nineteenth-century Colombian chorographic commission|
|Paper leviathans. Historical legacies and state strength in contemporary Latin America and Spain|
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