Publication: Urban Republicanism and Political Representation in the Spanish Monarchy
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Within the complex political structure of a polycentric nature, the cities of the Hispanic monarchy, which preserved a political culture with a distinct republican predisposition, constituted the main representative space from which the monarch negotiated with a complex variety of corporate and local powers.
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Manuel Herrero Sánchez, “Urban Republicanism and Political Representation in the Spanish Monarchy” in Joaquim Albareda and Herrero Sánchez, M. (eds.), Political Representation in the Ancien Regime, New York, Routledge, 2019, pp. 319-332.