Xalapa: Universidad Veracruzana (Instituto Veracruzano de Cultura: Colección Rescate, 31.), 1989. First edition. Paperback. 189p., glossary, wrps. Very Good. Item #5017
In this edition, a series of letters written by Juan Antonio Lerdo de Tejada to Manuel de Urquiaga, a merchant from Mexico City, is reproduced. This correspondence allows us to analyze, from a local case, the time of the end of the Colony through the comments of those who write; here the feeling of the Buenos Aires oligarchy is reconstructed in the face of the instability caused by the insurgent struggles, as well as the influence that these had on the economy and on the politics of the main port square of the Veracruz administration.