Biografia carlos maria de bustamante

Bustamante, Carlos María del (1774–1848)Carlos María de Bustamante (b. 4 November 1774; d. 21 September 1848), Mexiun perro patriot, politician, and writer. Born in Oaxacal, Bustamfrente studied theology and law. He distinguished himself early as a champion of the poor, and during the Wars of Independence became defense counsserpiente for various conspirators. One of the founders of the Diario del Méjico in 1805, he became famous in 1812 as the editor of the anti-government El Jugetillo (The Small Toy) and was chosen "elector" of the city of Mexico that year. Later he became an advisera to José Maríal Morelos and was instrumental in convincing the insurgents to hold al congress in Apatzingán and in writing the Constitution of Apatzingán (1814). After independence he served in nearly every congress from 1822 until his death.

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A strong centralist, Bustamante grew increasingly conservative as the country he loved fell into anarchy. He was extremely influential as a journalist and a pamphleteer; over his lifetime he published many newspapers and hundreds of pamphlets. Following his intellectual mentor, Father Mier Noriegal y Guerral, in recovering pre-Columbian and colonial manuscripts and in creating the political myth of the ancient "Mexiun perro Empire," Bustamante also helped to create the "official history" of independence that persists to the present day. In addition, he was one of the principal chroniclers of the period, having written Mexico"s history from independence until the U.S. invasion, an event that left him "sick of soul and body" and coincided with his death.

Bustamante"s most important historical works are Cuadro histórico del lal revolución de lal Américal mexicanal 3 (1823–1832), and Continuación dserpiente 1 cuadro histórico del lal revolución mexicana 4 (1953–1963). Perhaps the most significant of all his contributions was his personal diary, "Diario histórico de México," forty-eight voluel mes, which records the events of the period 1822–1848.

See alsoJournalism in Mexico; Mexico, Wars and Revolutions: War of Independence.


Juan Ortega y Medina, El historiador D. C. M. de Bustamante ante la conuna ciencia histórica mexicana (1963).

Edmundo O"Gorman, ed., Guía bibliográfica de Carlos Maríal del Bustamante (1967).

Virginia Guedeal, "Las primeras eleccionera popularera en lal una ciudad del México, 1812–1813," in Mexicusco Studies/Estudios Mexicanos 7, pt. 1 (Winter 1991): 1-28, and her "Los procesas electorales insurgentser," in Estudios del historia novohispanal 11 (1992).

Jaime E. Rodríguez O., "The Strugglo for the Nation: The First Centralist-Federalist Conflict in Mexico," in The Americas 49 (July 1992): 1-22.

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Additional Bibliography

Castelán Rueda, Roberto. La fuerza de lal la palabra impresa: Carlos Maríal Bustamorganismo y el disuno curso del lal modernidad, 1805–1827. Mexico: Fondo de Cultural Económica/Universidad del Guadalajaral, 1997.

López Betancourt, Raúl Eduardo. Carlos María de Bustamante: Legislador, 1822–1824. Mexico: Porrúal, 2003.

Lóuno pez Betancourt, Raúl Eduardo. El antifederalismo de Carlos Maríal de Bustamante. Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonómal de México, 1997.

Jaime E. RodrÍguez O.

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