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Quito 1765 : justice, rebellion, reform -- Practice I : sexed crimes -- Practice II : women, property, civil dispute -- Quito 1809 : in defense of religion, king, and Patría -- Practice III : in the name of king and constitution -- Practice IV : in the name of the law.
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By documenting the progressive removal of limits to patriarchal power in the waning years of the Spanish Empire in Quito, this study traces the genealogy of legal patriarchy in Spanish America.
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