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245 00 Corruption in the Iberian empires :|bgreed, custom, and 
       colonial networks /|cedited by Christoph Rosenmüller 
264  1 Albuquerque :|bUniversity of New Mexico Press,|c2017 
300    viii, 228 pages :|bmaps ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index   
505 0  Introduction: Corruption, Abuse, and Justice in the 
       Iberian Empires / Christoph Rosenmüller -- Forgery and 
       Tambos : False Documents, Imagined Incas, and the Making 
       of Andean Space / Jeremy Ravi Mumford -- From Corrupt to 
       Criminal : Reflections on the Great Potosí Mint Fraud of 
       1649 / Kris Lane -- Clients, Patrons, and Tribute : The 
       Aguilar Family in Mexico, Tenochtitlan, 1644-1689 / 
       William F. Connell -- Portraits of Bad Officials : 
       Malfeasance in Visita Sentences from Seventeenth-Century 
       Santo Domingo / Marc Eagle -- "The Execrable Offense of 
       Fraud or Bribery" : Corrupt Judges and Common People in 
       the Visita of Imperial Mexico (1715-1727) / Christoph 
       Rosenmüller -- "Our Delivery Consists in Appointing Good 
       Ministers" : Corruption and the Dilemmas of Appointing 
       Officials in Early Eighteenth-Century Spain / Francisco A.
       Eissa-Barroso -- Custom, Corruption, and Reform in Early 
       Eighteenth-Century Mexico : Puebla's Merchant Priests 
       versus the Reformist Bureaucrat / Frances Ramos -- 
       Merchant-Bureaucrats, Unwritten Contracts, and Fraud in 
       the Manila Galleon Trade / Catherine Tracy Goode -- 
       Addicted to Smuggling : Contraband Trade in Eighteenth-
       Century Brazil and Rio de la Plata / Fabrício Prado 
520 2  "This book provides new perspectives into a subject that 
       historians have largely overlooked. The contributors use 
       fresh archival research from Spain, Portugal, Brazil, 
       Bolivia, Mexico, and the Philippines to examine the lives 
       of slaves and farmworkers as well as self-serving 
       magistrates, bishops, and traders in contraband. The 
       authors show that corruption was a powerful discourse in 
       the Atlantic world. Investigative judges could dismiss 
       culprits, jail them, or, sometimes, have them 'garroted 
       and their corpses publicly displayed'"--Provided by 
       publisher 
650  0 Political corruption|zSpain|xColonies|xHistory 
650  0 Political corruption|zPortugal|xColonies|xHistory 
650  0 Corruption|zSpain|xColonies|xHistory 
650  0 Corruption|zPortugal|xColonies|xHistory 
650  7 HISTORY / Latin America / General.|2bisacsh 
651  0 Spain|xColonies|xAdministration|xHistory 
651  0 Portugal|xColonies|xAdministration|xHistory 
651  0 Spain|xColonies|xCommerce|xHistory 
651  0 Portugal|xColonies|xCommerce|xHistory 
651  0 Latin America|xHistory|yTo 1830 
651  0 Philippines|xHistory|y1521-1812 
700 1  Rosenmüller, Christoph,|d1969-|eeditor of compilation 
776 08 |iOnline version:|tCorruption in the Iberian empires
       |dAlbuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2017
       |z9780826358264|w(DLC) 2017010053 
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