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Contents List of Illustrations 00 Preface 00 Acknowledgments 00 Glossary of Acronyms 00 Introduction 00 Chapter One The Politics of Culture 00 Chapter Two "Somos Campesinos": Land and Agrarian Politics 00 Vignette One No More Fear 00 Chapter Three State, Nation, and the "Indian Question" 00 Vignette Two After January 1, 1994: Indigenismo 00 Chapter Four Tierra, libertad, y autonomía: Indian Autonomy and the EZLN Uprising 00 Vignette Three The Voice of the Southern Border: XEVFS 00 Chapter Five The Dialogue of San Andrés and Mexico's Transition to Democracy 00 Vignette Four Women's Rights and Indian Law 00 Conclusion: Ethnic Autonomy Regimes in Latin America 00 Notes 00 Works Cited 00 Index 00
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Indians of Mexico Mexico Chiapas Government relations, Mayas Mexico Chiapas Government relations, Chiapas (Mexico) History Peasant Uprising, 1994-Indians of Mexico Mexico Chiapas Politics and government, Mayas Mexico Chiapas Politics and government