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100 1  Postero, Nancy Grey,|eauthor 
245 14 The indigenous state :|brace, politics, and performance in
       plurinational Bolivia /|cNancy Postero 
264  1 Oakland, California :|bUniversity of California Press,
       |c[2017] 
264  4 |c©2017 
300    xi, 228 pages :|bcolor illustrations, color map ;|c23 cm 
336    text|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|2rdamedia 
338    volume|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 195-217) and 
       index 
505 0  Introduction: the "cultural democratic revolution" of Evo 
       Morales -- The emergence of indigenous nationalism : 
       social movements and the MAS State -- The constituent 
       assembly : challenges to liberalism -- Wedding the nation 
       : spectacle and political performance -- Living well? the 
       battle for national development -- Race and racism in the 
       new Bolivia -- From indigeneity to economic liberation -- 
       Charagua's struggle for indigenous autonomy -- Conclusion 
       : between politics and policing 
520    "In 2005, Bolivians elected their first indigenous 
       president, Evo Morales. Ushering in a new "democratic 
       cultural revolution," Morales promised to overturn 
       neoliberalism and inaugurate a new decolonized society. In
       this crucial new book, Nancy Postero examines the 
       successes and failures in the ten years since Morales's 
       election. While the Morales government has made many 
       changes that have positively benefited Boliva's majority 
       indigenous population, it has consolidated power and 
       reinforced extractivist development models. In the process,
       indigeneity has been transformed from a site of 
       emancipatory politics to a site of liberal nation-state 
       building. By carefully tracing the political origins and 
       practices of decolonization among activists, government 
       administrators, and ordinary citizens, Postero makes an 
       important contribution to our understanding of the meaning
       and impact of Bolivia's indigenous state."--|cProvided by 
       publisher 
600 10 Morales Ayma, Evo,|d1959-|xPolitical activity 
650  0 Indigenous peoples|zBolivia|xGovernment relations|y21st 
       century 
650  0 Multiculturalism|xPolitical aspects|zBolivia|y21st century
650  0 Neoliberalism|zBolivia|y21st century 
651  0 Bolivia|xPolitics and government|y21st century 
651  0 Bolivia|xEthnic relations|xPolitical aspects|y21st century
776 08 |iOnline version:|aPostero, Nancy Grey, author.
       |tIndigenous state|dOakland, California : University of 
       California Press, [2017]|z9780520967304|w(DLC) 2017003613 
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