Table of contents for Multiculturalism in Latin America : indigenous rights, diversity, and democracy / edited by Rachel Sieder.

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Introduction-- R.Sieder
Indigenous Peoples and the State in Latin America: An Opening Debate--R.Stavenhagen
Constitutional Reform in the Andes: Redefining Indigenous-State Relations--D.L.V.Cott
Bolivia: From Indian and Campesino Leaders to Councillors and Parliamentary Deputies-- X.Albó
Educational Reform in Guatemala: Lessons from Negotiations between Indigenous Civil Society and the State--D.C.Cuxil
Social Citizenship, Ethnic Minority Demands, Human Rights and Neoliberal Paradoxes: A Case Study in Western la Peña
Peru: Pluralist Constitution, Monist Judiciary: A Post-Reform Assessment--R.Y.Fajardo
Recognizing Indigenous Law and the Politics of State Formation in Mesoamerica--R.Sieder
Latin America's Multiculturalism: Economic and Agrarian Dimensions--R.Plant
Indigenous Peoples, Poverty and Participatory Development: The Experience of the World Bank in Latin America--S.H.Davis
The Excluded 'Indigenous'? The Implications of Multi-Ethnic Policies for Water Reform in Bolivia--N.Laurie, R.Andolina & S.Radcliffe

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Multiculturalism Latin America Case studies, Latin America Politics and government 1980-Indians Social conditions, Latin America Economic conditions, Latin America Social conditions