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|Date of Issue||2012|
|Description||Collection of articles on the development of Basque political debate and the experience of self-government in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries|
|Sponsorship||This book was published with generous financial support from the Basque Government.|
|xmlui.metadata.dc.description.tableofcontents||Acknowledgments — Introduction — 1. Euskal Herria: The Basque People and Country on the Map. People, Nation, and State Forms — 3. Basque Memories and the History of the Basque Nations (1818) — 4. The Making of the Basque Conference: From the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries — 5. The 1793 Conference or "Common Council of Representatives" in Bilbao: A First Institutional Attempt to Unite Tree Basque Provinces, 1793—1810 — 6. The Consolidation of the Basque Conferences, 1814—1833 — 7. The Basque General Assemblies and the Spanish Constitutions of Baiona (1808) and Cádiz (1812) — 8. From Insurrection to Civil War: An Analysis of the Carlist Coup d'état of 1833 — 9. Negotiating the Continuity of the Foral Constitution and the Basque Assemblies (1839) — 10. A New Political Deal: The "Basque Constitution," 1853—1868 — 11. On "Basque Nationality" in the Representative Institutions, 1836—1864 — 12. The Basque Cultural and Language Festivals: An Infra-Political Practice, 1851-1918 — 13. The Abolition of the Basque Assemblies in 1877: From Composite Monarchy to the Single National State in Spain — Epilogue. The Fiscal Pact or "Economic Agreement" and — Demands for Devolution of the Foral Law: — Woodrow Wilson and Self-Determination in 1918 — Glossary — Chronology of Events, 1776—1918 — Bibliography — Index|
|Part of Series||Basque Politics Series|
|Title||The making of the Basque question : experiencing self-government, 1793-1877|
|Rights Holder||Center for Basque Studies Press|
|Publisher||Center for Basque Studies Press|
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From the 18th Century to present day, the Basque Politics Series looks at the unique political systems and history of the Basque Country from such differing perspectives as Idaho politician Pete T. Cenarrusa’s biography to the government-in-exile of Lehendakari Jose Antonio Agirre.