The study of the city of Orizaba allows us to identify the transformations of the political organization of the Hispanic world during 18th and 19th centuries.
This study identifies the transformations of the political organization of the Hispanic world during the 18th and 19th centuries.
It shows us first of all that the monarchy used political concepts such as "police" and "republic", profoundly marked by the seal of the Catholicism, to exercise its power.
Initially the monarchy used political concepts such as police and republic -- stamped with the seal of Catholicism -- to exercise its power.
Then, that the responsibility of the local order was widely shared as well by the civil and religious corporations.
The next development was the sharing of responsibility for local order by civil and religious authorities.
Finally, after the monarchic crisis and the independence, we can notice the increasing presence of the State confronted with the progressive concentration of the control of local order by the new constitutional municipality.
Finally, following the monarchic crisis and Independence,
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The first one based himself on a new conception of the " public cause ", whereas the municipality justified its power in the traditional public utility.
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