Acaparadores: artisans entangled
in debt by, 165, 178, 184, 244–46;
artisans seek to break strangle-
hold of, 176; Asian knockoffs of
Mexican handicrafts and, 168; Co-
operativa Nacional de Industrias
Típicas Mexicanas and, 164–65;
Fernández Ledesma on, 172;
Fideicomiso-Banfoco and, 186–
90; gaining control over crafts by,
247; increasing pressure to drive
down prices by, 250; large com-
mercial houses seek to integrate,
177; merchants become, 244,
249; mnaip lacks resources to
free artisans from, 184, 187; state
strengthens, 185
Acevedo, Luis, 222–24, 234–35, 237,
252
Adorno, Theodor, 306 n. 19
Agrarian reform: Echeverría com-
bines with repression, 191; in Oli-
nalá, 264–65, 267–68
Aguilar, Alonso de, 204
Alameda Park (Mexico City), 141
Alebríjes, 277, 286
Alejo de Meave, Joaquín, 209–10,
216–17
Alemán, Miguel, 125, 180
Almacén de Ventas de Objetos Típi-
cos, 179–80
Almazán, Daniel, 245, 252
Almazán, Manuel, 214, 218
Almazán clan, 264–65
Alvarado Tezozómac, Hernando de,
203
Alvarez, Juan, 212
Alvarez Bravo, Manuel, 103, 161, 224
Alzate, José Antonio de, 209, 216–17
América Indígena (journal), 149
Amherst College, 116
Amigos de Taxco, 109
Amnesia, selective, 64, 124
Anderson, Benedict, 14–15, 301 n. 24
Anderson, Perry, 19
Andreu, Juan, 213
Andreu Almazán, Juan, 213, 218
Andreu Almazán, Leonides, 218
Angel of Independence (Mexico
City), 4, 5
Angulo Castuñón, Félix, 179
Animalitos, 224–25, 225
Anthropology: Dirección de Antro-
pología, 129–30, 136; International
School of American Anthro-
pology and Ethnology, 135; Museo
Nacional de Antropología, 182,
267; new generation of Mexican
journals of, 149; Sociedad Mexi-
cana de Antropología, 149. See also
Boas, Franz; Instituto Nacional de
Antropología e Historia (inah)
Antipositivism, 66, 101–2
Antiques, 80, 110–12, 116, 201
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