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Indigenous peoples in Latin America
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Publisher: Includes bibliographical references and index..
Date: 1997.
Place: Boulder, Colo
Edition description:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 10: 0813386993

Number of pages: 162
Language: English

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"Latin American perspectives series ;, no. 8" serie.

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Indians > Government Relations, Indians > Politics And Government, Autonomy, Pluralism (Social Sciences), Latin America > Politic, Latin America

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An important book first for its critical history of indigenista policies in Latin America and the limits these policies placed on social autonomy; and second for its examination of the development of indigenous autonomy, particularly in Nicaragua. Argues that autonomy is no panacea; rather, it is one possibility given current social, economic, and political processes--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 57.

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Héctor Díaz Polanco was born in 1944

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