Cantabria in the civil war erupted after the death of Fernando VII ineffable (Carlist War I, 1833-1840) was felt harshly, by the internal divisions that the region suffered. In rural areas the presence of Carlism was predominant, for its roots in the farming population, largely demobilized but politically attached to old customs, subject to the rural nobility and very sensitive to anti sermons of the clergy. The Liberals, meanwhile, was restricted to some Asset Management coastal and, essentially, funds to Santander, where the bourgeoisie looked again moved to remove the legal barriers imposed on absolutism its business, then going through a critical juncture. This tearing would be enhanced by being close to the region as one of the main Carlists: Basque-Navarre. Cantabria That turned into a war front.
The very year of 1833 saw a powerful Montanes Carlist uprising led by Colonel Pedro Barcena, to take the capital (only this, along with Castro, and Laredo Santona, remained loyal to the heir). At the same battalion was organized Residents Honored that could halt the offensive in the action of carlista Vargas (November 3). This Ernst will assure investments the liberal control of the territory, but not the extinction of sympathy Carlists fueled by the proximity of the front Vizcaino (from where they left several expeditions) and the isolation of the region itself. For its part, the organization had a mountain carlista Armament and Defense Board, two battalions, and Carranza a hospital in an arms factory in funds Guriezo.
The cause of Charles V, in addition to the direction of the traditional groups who were endangering their privileged social position (the ancient lineages), was fed by a base depauperado peasants who rebelled against a political regime that has not resolved their situation traditional habits and attacking those that bind people to their community lifestyles. The amalgam of such diverse ideological movement will bring the Church more reactionary, which also felt assaulted by a secular reformism.
Precarious control of the newly created province of Santander (1833) by the liberal bourgeoisie, led it to ‘prepare’ the election of new Councils formed in 1835 to ensure their adherence, as the Governor in a civil letter to the Ministry of Development in January 1836. They start well, since the very origins of the liberal state, patronage practices that ensure the survival of the system, replacing the social status quo ‘or the opposition, by adulteration and pucherazo. Are woven so that networks of interests, all Cantabria, seeking political support to candidates in exchange for favors administered by local chieftains, motivated more by personal affinities and interests which by programmatic lines of national policy. Elizabethan liberal system operation to continue, perfected, under the Restoration.
The end of civil war after the defeat of the Carlist Ramales in Victoria at the hands of General Espartero (1839), began a period of relatively stable government that would enable economic growth. Santander to mean the end of the critical situation that had existed since the late eighteenth century and the continued prosperity of the Asset Management city, reached the height of the trade system by mid-century. But this calm was more apparent than real. The constitutional monarchy was supported by the more moderate factions of the Liberal Party, allied with the more pragmatic traditionalist sectors (large landowners who had benefited from the measures desamortizadoras). The scheme, therefore, had a hybrid character in which sovereignty was shared equally by the crown and the nation, which gave the king considerable powers at the expenseof parliament. This, combined with the existence of a vote restricted to the most affluent in the country, departed the integration of large sections of the population in the system, not at all democratic. Moreover, the political marginalization of the progressive sectors of liberalism led them to rely on the army (pronouncements) to access the government (as during the Progressive Biennium, 1854-1856).
In Cantabria, from the decade of the 40 emerging groups or political support built in and beneficiaries of the new State: Progressive (between those who emphasize Florez Estrada, Arguindegui, Trueba Cosio, Jose Maria Orense or Fernandez de los Rios), and Moderate latter, more force, includes old absolutist conservatives and liberals, descollando names of Vilumara de la Torre, Montecastro, or Hoz Fernandez Island.
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