INDEX
agrarian reform: constitutional con-
vention of 1938 and proposals for,
122–27; mnr proposals for, 345n.100;
presidents Toro and Busch and, 123;
revolution of 1952 and, 270–71,
278–81
Aguirre, Nataniel, 27–30, 180, 187
Aireyu, Santos, 344n.80
alcalde de campo, 83, 238, 315n.59,
348n.20
alcalde segundo, 80, 238
alcaldes escolares, 152, 199, 206
alcaldes (Indian): Ayopaya uprising of
1947 and, 238–43, 347n.15; cacique
apoderado networks and, 54; colonos’
e√orts to appoint, 151–53; definition
of, 331n.95; Indigenous Congress of
1945 and, 199; local state o≈cials’
reliance on, 96; revolution of 1952
and campaign against, 281
alcaldes mayores, 151, 161, 239; defini-
tion of, 331n.95; unrest of 1947 and,
242–45
Alcaldes Mayores Particulares move-
ment, 152, 224, 332n.97; land certifi-
cates distributed by, 245, 262; unrest
of 1947 in Anzaldo and, 244–45
Alcázar, Jorge, 218
Aldunate, Guillermo, 188–89
Alexander, Robert, 271–72
Alvarez, Waldo, 112, 323n.76
Alvarez Mamani, Antonio, 241, 266,
342n.36, 346n.132
Alvéstegui, David, 312n.125
amparo: caciques apoderados’ requests
for, 79, 84, 87–91, 94, 96, 293n.8; def-
inition of, 4–5
Anaya, Ricardo, 168, 323n.76
Andia, Manuel, 224–25
anticlericalism, 304n.136; Indigenous
Congress of 1945 and, 216; Liberal
Party and, 43
anti-Semitism, 170, 173–74, 190, 336n.38
Anzaldo: rural strike in, 157; rural
unrest in, 262; unrest of 1947 in, 243–
46
Apaza, Tiburcio, 253
apoderados (Indian), 47, 49–52, 63, 71,
86, 199, 206, 353n.13; caciques
apoderados vs., 95; definition of, 35,
306n.10; indigenous uprising of 1899
and, 37; nineteenth-century land
surveys and, 34–35, 37, 41. See also
caciques apoderados
Aramayo, José Avelino, 24
Arce, Juan B., 198
Argentina: eugenics associations in,
177; mestizaje in, 171
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