Indigenous Competition for Control in Bolivia Richard J. Schmidt

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Indigenous Competition for Control in Bolivia by Richard J. Schmidt
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Bolivia’s indigenous groups achieved an unprecedented level of political power in the latter half of the twentieth century. Traditional explanations for this phenomenon (elite alliances, deprivation, matter-of-time) have proven insufficient. ThisMoreBolivia’s indigenous groups achieved an unprecedented level of political power in the latter half of the twentieth century.

Traditional explanations for this phenomenon (elite alliances, deprivation, matter-of-time) have proven insufficient. This thesis argues that the ascendancy of Bolivia’s groups can be best understood though the application of organization and social movement theories, and it uses the political economy framework as a backdrop. Data are drawn from scholarly analyses, official documents and historical texts. This thesis concludes that Bolivia’s indigenous movement is not a single movement, but a coalition of many social movements.

It demonstrates that ethnicity frameworks have in some cases hindered the progress of movements because of different understandings of ethnicity. Variegated interests, visions of the future, and geography, have exacerbated these differences. This thesis concludes with recommendations for strategic level policy-makers and tactical level operators.



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