Conflicts and conspiracies

Brazil and Portugal 1750-1808.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to Pages: In Conflicts and Conspiracies there are several interwoven stories—about the climax of imperial rivalry in Europe, about the implosion of mercantilism in the colonies, and about changes of the Portuguese empire that transform, without toppling, the foundational idea on both sides of the Atlantic: that empire and nation are not as antagonistic precepts of modern statehood as many nineteenth century.

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Professor Maxwell analyzes the shifting relationships between Portugal, England and Brazil during the second half of the 18th Century.

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