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Table of Contents: Acknowledgments List of Acronyms Introduction: Neoliberal Multiculturalism in Bolivia Part One: The Indian Question 1. Regimes of Race and Citizenship 2. An Indigenous Federation in Boomtown Santa Cruz 3. A Crisis of Leadership in Bella Flor Part Two: Citizenship in Neoliberal Bolivia 4. Multiculturalism and the Law of Popular Participation 5. Forming Neoliberal Subjects: NGOs and "Responsible" Self-government 6. Popular Protagonism Since 2000 Conclusion: Towards a Post-Multicultural Bolivia End Notes References Cited
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Guarani Indians -- Bolivia -- Santa Cruz (Dept.) -- Politics and government.
Guarani Indians -- Bolivia -- Santa Cruz (Dept.) -- Government relations.
Multiculturalism -- Political aspects -- Bolivia -- Santa Cruz (Dept.).
Santa Cruz (Bolivia : Dept.) -- Ethnic relations -- Political aspects.
Santa Cruz (Bolivia : Dept.) -- Politics and government.