Notes
One Instability and History
I
Josefina Vazquez de Knauth, Mexicanos
y
norteamericanos ante la guerra
del 47 (Mexico: SepSetentas,
1970),
p.
I I.
2
John H. Coatsworth, "Obstacles to Economic Growth in Nineteenth-
Century Mexico," American Historical Review
83 (1978): 80-100.
3 Edmundo O'Gorman, "Precedentes y Senti do de la Revoluci6n de
Ayutla," in Seis estudios historicos de tema mexicano (Xalapa: Universidad
Veracruz ana,
1960),
p.
133.
This interpretation was especially popu-
lar in the United States where it appeared to justify the annexation of
Texas and the conquest of the northern half of Mexico.
4 Michael P. Costeloe, Church Wealth in Mexico: A Study of the "Juzgado
de Capellanias" in the Archbishopric of Mexico,
1800- 1856
(Cambridge:
Cambridge University Press,
1967),
and his La primera republica fed-
eral en Mexico,
1824- 1835:
(un estudio de los partidos politicos en el Mexico
independiente) (Mexico: Fonda de Cultura Econ6mica,
1975);
Moises
Gonzalez Navarro, Anatomia del poder en Mexico,
1848- 1853
(Mexico:
EI Colegio de Mexico,
1977);
Charles A. Hale, Mexican Liberalism in the
Age of Mora ,
1821-1853
(New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press,
1968);
Fernando Diaz Diaz, Caudillos
y
Caciques: Antonio Lopez de
Santa Anna
y
Juan Alvarez (Mexico: EI Colegio de Mexico,
1972);
Barbara A. Tenenbaum, The Politics of Penury (Albuquerque: Univer-
sity of New Mexico Press,
1986);
Stuart F. Voss, On the Periphery of
Nineteenth-Century Mexico: Sonora and Sinaloa,
1810-1877
(Tucson:
University of Arizona Press,
1982);
David
J.
Weber, The Mexican
Frontier,
1821 - 1846:
The American Southwest Under Mexico (Albuquer-
que: University of New Mexico Press,
1982).
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