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Liberal Revolution

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After Independence? when the legitimacy of the government of the Empire hosted in Rio De Janeiro not yet if it found total seated, ally to this change in the routes of the Brazilian commerce, will go to thus appear, the first institucional conflict and of interests between private and the imperial public in the scope of the municipalities, therefore the central government considered an absolute control in the municipality, therefore they feared the repercussion of its power and therefore it could come to be a threat, as form to watch this power the Imperial government inside created a system of espionage even though of the homes of these gentlemen, which the main object, that is, the spy were the slave that he deciphered all the steps of you. If you are not convinced, visit Dane Cook. With such consideraes displayed in this paragraph what it came to occur had been protests on the part of the municipality regarding the manipulating power of this Imperial government, finishing in civil wars fit inside it context them ' ' revolutions regenciais' ' , standing out the power exerted for elect local authorities for the agricultural proprietors and causing to its shock with the power imperial centraliser. In the Empire, as well as in colony and of one forms general more, in the modern escravismo, the right? privilege? to possess slaves it happens directly on the conception of private life, and this, beyond confusing themselves with the familiar life, in elapsing of the organization process national legal politics and, will make with that the escravista private life unfolds in a private order full of contradictions and conflicts with the public order. Thus, manifest a dualidade that crosses the imperial period all: the slave is a type of particular property. When relating regarding the scope of the privacy and the municipal and provincial power that after the Additional Act (1834) the central government uses tactics which it starts to influence the presidents of the provinces for the electoral choices, thus lasting a new order that shook the municipal power yielding the rebellions as the occured Balaiada in the Maranho (1839-41) and So Paulo and Minas Gerais during the Liberal Revolution of 1842.

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