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Historia mexicana

versión On-line ISSN 2448-6531versión impresa ISSN 0185-0172

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ANDREWS, Catherine. The legacy of the seven laws: a reevaluation of the contributions of centralist constitutionalism to mexican constitutional history. Hist. mex. [online]. 2019, vol.68, n.4, pp.1539-1591. ISSN 2448-6531.  http://dx.doi.org/10.24201/hm.v68i4.3855.

The objective of this article is to analyze the primary characteristics of the constitution of the Seven Laws (1836) and evaluate its impact on later Mexican constitutionalism. The historiographical consensus is that the Seven Laws constituted the first constitutional text written by the conservative faction and, therefore, that this constitution did not have an impact on the development of the liberal project that resulted in the Constitution of 1857. The research presented herein shows that this assessment is false and that the constitutional ideas of the Seven Laws influenced both the Organic Bases and both liberal and later conservative constitutionalism.

Palabras llave : Seven Laws; Constitution of 1836; Supreme Conservative Power; Organic Bases; Constitution and Reform of 1847.

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