1914 · Bogota
From 1863 until 1886 the liberals in Colombia held sway, but in that latter year the federalist gained ascendancy again and they promulgated a new constitution concentrating power in Bogotá. The new constitution changed the name of the nation to the Republic of Colombia and with modification in 1910, remained in place until the late 20th century.
This is an "Edicion oficial dirigida y anotada por la Comisión de Abogados Auxiliares de los Ministerios del Despacho Ejecutivo." It is uncommon: We trace no copies via OCLC, RLIN, or NUC.
Not in Palau. Original printer wrappers, tattered, with short tears, sunned. Ownership inscription on front cover. Dog-earing. Printed on cheap, acidic paper. A good copy. (Inventory #: 18607)