Access to History for the IB Diploma. Independence movements by Alan Farmer

By Alan Farmer

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The impact of war In 1796 Spain, allying with France, went to war against Britain. The war, which had disastrous results for Spain, was to have a huge impact in Latin America. Many Creoles became convinced that Spanish interests were not their interests. Increased fiscal demands Americans were not consulted about Spanish foreign policy. But they were expected to pay for it. After 1797 Spanish tax demands on the colonies were relentless. Donations were demanded from wealthy families, merchant guilds and municipal councils.

Revenue cutter A small boat employed by the government to apprehend smugglers. 27 Why was the Boston Tea Party so important? East India Company A powerful company that controlled much of Britain’s trade with India. Tea agents Men responsible for collecting tea duties. The 1773 Tea Act In 1773 the British government reopened old wounds by introducing a Tea Act. The Act was designed to save the near bankrupt East India Company rather than assert parliamentary sovereignty over the colonies. It aimed to relieve the financial problems of the company by permitting it to export tea to the colonies direct.

A slave or Amerindian revolt was so fearful a prospect that Creoles would not lightly leave Spanish protection. Nevertheless, Spain’s disastrous performance in war after 1796 resulted in Creoles losing even more confidence in Spanish rule. Thus, when the Spanish monarchy collapsed in 1808 (see page 97), Creoles were ready to take matters into their own hands. Brazil There were similarities between late eighteenth-century Brazil and Spanish America: similar resentments of the home country’s demands and restrictions; similar tensions between colonials and peninsula emigrants; and a similar sense of separateness.

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