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We, the King reveals how ordinary subjects aided and abetted law-making in the Spanish Empire, demonstrating how its policies, racial categories, and society were created from the "bottom up". An important study for scholars of Colonial Latin America, this work reassesses our understandings of kingship, empire, race, and colonialism.

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We, the King reveals how ordinary subjects aided and abetted law-making in the Spanish Empire, demonstrating how its policies, racial categories, and society were created from the "bottom up". An important study for scholars of Colonial Latin America, this work reassesses our understandings of kingship, empire, race, and colonialism.
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Adrian Masters is Director of the University of Trier's GloVib: Global Entanglements Project. Raised in rural Costa Rica, he has written several award-winning articles on Spanish imperial history.