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Guatemalan Indians and the state, 1540 to 1988 / edited by Carol A. Smith ; with the assistance of Marilyn M. Moors.

Contributor(s): Smith, Carol A | Moors, Marilyn M | University of Texas at Austin. Institute of Latin American Studies
Language: English Publisher: Austin, Tex. : University of Texas Press, 1990.Description: xi, 316p. : maps, tables ; 23cm.ISBN: 0292727445
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Bibl.: p.287-307. - Contents: 1, Historical formation. Core and periphery in Colonial Guatemala / C.H. Lutz, W.G. Lovell; Changes in the 19th century Guatemalan state and its Indian policies / R.L. Woodward; Origins of the national question in Guatemala / C.A. Smith; State power, indigenous communities and land in 19th century Guatemala, 1820-1920 / D. McCreery; State and community in 19th century Guatemala: the Momostenango case / R.M. Carmack; 2, Twentieth-century struggles. Ethnic images and strategies in 1944 / Richard N. Adams; The corporate community, Campesino organisations and agrarian reform, 1950 to 1954 / J. Handy; Enduring yet ineffable community in the western periphery of Guatemala / J.W. Watanabe; Class position and class consciousness in an Indian community / C.A. Smith; Changing Indian identity / A. Arias.