La igualdad: entre la retórica republicana y la distinción racial. Cartagena de Indias 1810-1830. (Spanish)

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      This article shows the way that society cartagenera accepted and adapted the idea of equality to their local context. The demographics of this city, where higher 'castes of color" (black, mulatto, sambo and browns) and the military-political importance that they had gained from the late eighteenth century when he joined the militia, and especially with the events of Independence, the laid the path that developed the socio- political and racial equality in this Colombian city. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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      Este artículo muestra la manera como la sociedad cartagenera aceptó y adecuó la idea de igualdad a su contexto local. Las condiciones demográficas de esta ciudad en donde predominaban las "castas de color" (negros, mulatos, zambos y pardos) y la importancia política-militar que estos habían cobrado desde finales del siglo XVIII con su incorporación en las milicias, y especialmente con los sucesos de la independencia, trazaron el derrotero que desarrolló la igualdad política y socio-racial en esta ciudad colombiana. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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