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L Many l After 1780, senior officers in militia units were invariably peninsulares. Racial policy Bourbon policy sought to assuage social tension by removing the grosser forms of racial discrimination. l Free blacks and mulattoes were allowed into the militia. A law in 1795 allowed some free blacks and mulattoes to receive an education, marry whites, hold public office and enter the priesthood. l In 1789 Spain issued a new slave law which sought to improve the conditions of slave life and labour.
Study Source E. Why did the British Parliament ignore Lord Camden’s warning? 31 Lexington and Concord On 14 April 1775 Gage received Dartmouth’s letter authorizing him to use force. On the evening of 18 April he sent 700 men from Boston to Concord (sixteen miles away) to seize rebel arms and arrest members of the Provincial Congress. Unfortunately for Gage, the Massachusetts militia were informed of British intent by Paul Revere, William Dawes and Dr Prescott – all members of the Boston Committee of Safety.
44 Chapter 1: Independence movements in the Americas The Creole dilemma In so far as the Túpac Amaru and comunero revolts had anything in common, they were protests against fiscal exaction, not independence movements. Nevertheless, the rebellions revealed social and racial tension and widespread discontent with Spanish rule. Creoles, threatened from below by oppressed masses and from the top by Spanish officials, found themselves in a difficult position. Preferring Spanish rule to anarchy, most united with the authorities to suppress the rebellions.