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An alternative interpretation of the 1814 marriage decree is that it was about equality - just not racial equality. Bradford Burns chronicles, Francia sought to increase Paraguayan egalitarianism.He abolished taxes paid to the Catholic Church, established religious freedom, and organised a free elementary educational system that reached a majority of even indigenous populations.
But black, mixed-race people and certain nomadic native tribes were left out of the equation.
On the other, today Paraguay proudly considers itself a mestizo nation, with Francia as its founder.
So what can this slice of history offer modern readers?
It was March 1 1814, and José Gaspar Rodríguez de Francia, was about to become "Supreme Dictator", a title he would hold until his death in 1840.
Many credit Francia with modern Paraguay's pluriethnic, plurilingual, and multicultural.