The war of independence is thought to have been a war of revolution. It is not, it is the breaking of colonial rule. It was based on politics and a separation of powers. In my paper I will go from the start of a rising discontent
amongst the indigenous population and how those above them exploit the failures for their own gain in a system where they have always been favored more over.
Once New Spain settled in its new territory, their system began to create its inner cores. New Spain from now on would be under direction of the mother country Spain. Its colonial system would be entrenched in the new colony and therefore, its economy would strive to gain profit to make Spain richer and stronger. Their economy was based on agriculture, ranching, mining, industry, and commerce. For the most labor that would go into doing these jobs would be the indigenous peoples, or "Indians". While in some cases many were paid decent wages, most were treated unfairly or poorly and would be worked for many long hard hours. In mines, the "Indians" would suffer greatly dust and fumes inhaled in the damp, dark shafts of the mines. Countless died from having worked there. The ranching industry in the north would gain most of its production of cultivation to large amounts of livestock through labor from the "Indians". Haciendas , with again the labor of "Indians", would provide throughout New Spain agricultural needs such as, fruits, vegetables, and grains introduced by the Spaniards. "Without slaves and forced labor, who was to carry out the necessary takes of labor?" The answer would be the "Indians" who would go on to build New Spain's lower aspect of the economy. Soon enough it wasn't long for many other resisting "Indians" to give in to their new occupant's demands for labor and start to work for them. It wasn't long till some "Indians" found refuge.
In earlier years of conquest the colonial church was still intact by the time the country was now New Spain.... [continues]
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