Index
Note: Page references in italics indicate illustrations. All place names and institutions, unless
otherwise indicated, are in Paraguay.
abc Color: on corruption, 152–53, 229;
documents’ excesses used by, 173;
on land, 80–81, 124, 250n33; Marzo
Paraguayo and, 242n49; Oviedo
supported by, 242n41, 242n49;
readership among the poor, 241n36;
shut down by Stroessner, 42, 234n6;
on Tekojoja raid, 119
abstraction vs. materiality, 120–21, 125–
26, 138, 250n28, 251n37
Acci—n, 240n28
activists. See guerrilla auditors
agrarian populism, 192–98, 256–57nn11–12
agricultores (farmers by profession), 32,
73, 107
agricultural exports, 58
Alberdi, Juan Bautista, 256n5
Alegre, Efra’n: documents’ excesses
used by, 173; Itaipœ Dam corruption
exposed by, 77; as minister of
industry, 228; tierra malhabida report
by, 75–82, 79, 95
Alliance for Progress, 28, 72, 100–101
Almada, Mart’n, 43
Alto Paran‡, 61
anthropology, 154–55, 159, 237n31
Appadurai, Arjun, 245n14
Aquino, Miguel çngel, 67–68, 75, 92–
93, 96
archive of terror: the democratic
transition and, 43–48, 44, 57, 241n33,
241n35; vs. ibr’s tierra malhabida
documentation, 76–77, 92; used in
forum on tierra malhabida, 66–67, 92,
244n2; U.S. fund ing for, 45–46
Arendt, Hannah, 35
Arga–a, Lu’s Mar’a, 51–52, 59, 199–200,
242n45
Argentina, 62, 190, 238n10
army, internal deployment of, 87, 246n24
arp (Asociaci—n Rural del Paraguay),
248n11
arraigo campesino (campesino
rootedness), 249n17
arriero porte transactions (gentlemanly
agreements), 106
Arrow, Kenneth J., 254n17
Asad, Talal, 94, 253–54n13
Asunci—n: elites/intellectuals in, 33–35,
239n21 (see also campesinistas); ngo
sector in, 13; reactions to democratic
transition in, 25–26; reform in, 13
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