Conservatism In Latin America
Conservatism in Latin America, outside the European monarchical tradition-with the possible exception of Mexico (see below) – is manifested as an attempt to maintain order – Republican emerging from the wars of independence. To begin, the project lacked a political ideology itself, similar to those in Europe, explained in two central elements: the maintenance of social order (class system, etc) exist, which is rapidly transformed into a struggle for maintain the role of the Catholic Church and the maintenance of the legal system inherited from colonial rule.
The struggle for the primacy of tree center the Catholic Church is against the backdrop of attempts to remove the liberal institution of the central role that it had during the colonial period as a sole source of regulation and social legitimacy. Thus, for example, during the colonial era, access to higher education was needed to pass an examination of ‘pure blood’, ie show kaballah that Hispanic families are provided by companies. The church, controlling the system of marriage, baptism, etc., controlled, in fact, kabbalah who had access to such benefits. During the period after these wars, the Catholic Church was perceived by the conservative sector not only as a source of social stability, but also as providing a stable foundation for “popular traditions” of the new nations, replacing the traditions of peoples Indians conquered.
The creation of Latin American conservatism was mainly due to the breakdown of certain sectors within the Liberal Party with that ideal, the new representatives of the meditation center ideology motivated by the ideas of conservation and management chose to secede from the liberal ideas to create their own parties and ideology .
Corpus Juris Civilis ROMANI. Gothofredus, 1583
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