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Otis A. Singletary, The Me;rit;an War (Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1960). 27. ClementsR. ). THE NEW CENTURY 31 R8. P. H. Box, The Origins qf the Poraguq7Qn Wor (Urbana, University of Illinois Press, 19R9, Studies in the Social Sciences 15). R9. J. M. Henao and G. Arrubla, History qfColombia, trans. and ed. J. F. Rippy (Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press 1938) is the most complete account in English. 30. Franklin D. Parker The Central American Republics (London, Oxford University Press for Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1964).
19. Gerhard Masur, SimOn Bolivar (Albuquerque, University of New Mexico Press, 1948). 20. H. G. Warren, Paraguay, An Informal HistM7 (Norman, University ofOk1ahoma Press, 1949) pp. 142-56. 21. John Street, Artigas and the Independence of Uruguay (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1959). 22. Simon Collier, Ideas and Politics ofCkilean Independence 1Bo8-1B33 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1967). 23. Oliveira Lima, 0 Movimento da IntIependJncia, 0 Imperio Brasililro (IBJl1-1BB9), 2nd ed.
The bones of the last Emperor, Pedro II, were brought back for honourable interment in the Cathedral at Petr6polis. Brazilian nationalism was not, however, synonymous with the Republic, however successful it had proved itself to be, and new strains resulting from the increase of population and the emergence of new regional interests were to provide an immediate challenge to the system. The compromise within the oligarchy that ruled Brazil at that time depended on the fact of the ascendancy of the two great States of Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais: thus the presidency alternated between them, though the regime had been secure enough to depart from this arrangement in 1918.