World constitutions illustrated. Spinelli's law library reference shelf.
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Introduction The Spanish colonies in America Bolívar's early life, Venezuela's first attempt to obtain self-government (1783-1810) The declaration of independence, July 5, 1811, Miranda's failure (1811-1812) Bolívar's first expedition, the cruelty of war (1812-1813) Bolívar's first victories (1813) Araure, Ribas triumphs in La Victoria, a wholesale execution (1813-1814) The heroic death of Ricaurte, victory of Carabobo and defeat of La Puerta (1814) Bolívar in exile and Morillo in power, the "Jamaica letter" (1814-1815) Bolívar's expedition and new exile, he goes to Guayana (1815-1817) Piar's death, victory of Calabozo, second defeat at La Puerta, submission of Páez (1817-1818) The congress of Angostura, a great address, campaigning in the plains (1819) Bolívar pays his debt to Nueva Granada, Boyacá, a dream comes true (1819) Humanizing war, Morillo's withdrawal (1820) The second battle of Carabobo, ambitions and rewards, Bolívars disinterestedness, American unity (1821) Bomboná and Pichincha, the birth of Ecuador, Bolívar and San Martín face to face (1822) Junín, a battle of centaurs, the continent's freedom sealed in Ayacucho (1822-1824) Bolivia's birth, Bolívar's triumph, the monarchical idea, from honors to bitterness (1825-1827) The convention of Ocaña, full powers, an attempt at murder (1828) Difficulties with Perú, slanders and honors, on the road to calvary (1829-1830) Friends and foes, Sucre's assassination, the lees of bitterness, an upright man's death (1830) The man and his work.
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