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Douglass Sullivan-González examines the impression of faith at the improvement of nationalism in Guatemala in the course of the interval 1821–1871, concentrating on the connection among Rafael Carrera and the Guatemalan Catholic Church. He illustrates the odd and engaging mixture of non secular fervor, well known strength, and caudillo politics that encouraged a multi-ethnic and multiclass alliance to shield the Guatemalan state within the mid-nineteenth century.

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